Support » Plugin: PublishPress Revisions: Submit, Moderate, Schedule and Approve Revisions » Does/will Revisionary support custom fields managed by Pods?

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  • Plugin Contributor publishpress


    Hi Jay

    I’ve got your support ticket and will reply there too.

    Revisions Pro is only a few days old and we’re still testing widely.

    In my Pods testing, it seems to work well, but no guarantees – we haven’t given it the official stamp of approval yet.

    If any bugs are found, we’d fix them fast. Revisionary Pro development is moving quickly and Pods is one plugin we 100% plan to support.​​​​

    Thanks, Steve!

    I’ll keep my eyes open for announcements.



    Plugin Author Kevin Behrens


    We’ve confirmed Pods compatibility with today’s PublishPress Revisions Pro update. Pending Revisions and Scheduled Revisions work with Pods custom fields. Revision previews should show whatever custom fields the page template outputs. Field labeling and formatting on the Compare Pending Revisions screen is not pretty (meta key labels and no contextual ordering), but the data is displayed there as simply as possible (no serialized array strings). So at this point, I’m calling it “compatibility” rather than “integration.” Maybe we and/or Pods development can move it from “works together by default” to “works together by design” in the future.

    • This reply was modified 8 months, 3 weeks ago by Kevin Behrens.
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