Moderated editing of published content. Following approval by an editor, the revision can be published immediately or scheduled.
I was looking for a plugin that would allow contributors to edit their published posts or to approve author posts before publication and this is perfect! Simply set the role as contributors and use this plugin, works floor lessly and emails are sent to both admin and contributor. Thank you!
I received a fatal error when installing this plug in, could not log in to wordpress and it crashed my whole site - i deleted the plug in and my site is fine but i guess i cannot use it - wish i could because it looked really useful!
This made my job a lot easy for my current client, thank you!
Works great so far, possible option to add custom fields to the rvy-revisions page in the admin would be cool.
No support for custom fields.
Great plugin that "transforms" the Publish-button into a "Submit for Review"-button.
Comes with a Revisioner Role and a few more bells and whistles, everything to make it possible on your site to allow for revisions.
Strongly disagree with the About page of the plugin, a link (wp-admin/admin.php?page=rvy-about) to which becomes visible when you click on the Help menu. Religious babble just has no place in my WP Dashboard and certainly not that of my clients.
As far as I can tell the plugin works on WP 3.9.1, but at the time of writing the plugin author hasn't responded to the request by WP.org (before WP 3.9 was released) to upload a new readme.txt file that shows this compatibility...
It's just a great plugin! It does exactly what I need it to do (when i need it done).
I'm surprised that this hasn't been integrated into WordPress already! It's a fantastic feature!
Works as advertised. Neat and useful!
I'd love a better overview page where I can see all planned updates...
I am glad someone has plug-in for making page in review Approval, it provide exactly what i need.
Was looking for a way to have my users submit page edits that require approval. This plus Role Scoper enabled me to give users the rights to edit some pages - and require approval - while leaving other pages fully restricted.
However, use of the Pending Revisions Monitors group breaks the TinyMCE editor on page editing for users that don't have editor privilege. Logged this issue on the plugin author's website but after a couple of weeks the post hasn't even been approved yet and the forum on the WordPress site isn't getting any responses either.
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