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Managing your EditorialWorkflowWordCamp Toronto 2011 (Mo Jangda)
Managing your EditorialWorkflowWordCamp Toronto 2011 (Mo Jangda)
GoalMaximize our WordPress efficiency in ourjourney to create great content.
Mo (That’s me!)• Code Wrangler @Automattic• Edit Flow• http://digitalize.ca• @mjangda
Blogging Platform        ➡Publishing Platform
We rely a lot on our toolsAnd expect a lot from them
What do we want?VisibilityCommunicationControl
What do we really want?We want to do it all within WordPress
Core Features
List Table: Filtering & Sorting
Dragability, Show/Hide
Screen Options
Statuses (pending, draft)SchedulingRevisions
The ProblemWordPress Core only goes so far...
The ProblemsCoordinating things within WordPress is difficult
The ProblemsEmail overload
The ProblemsMonolithic Spreadsheets
The Solution(s)Plugins to the rescue
Edit FlowHistory
Edit FlowFeatures
Custom Statuses
Custom Statuses
Custom Statuses
Editorial Comments
Email Notifications
Email NotificationsUser Groups
EditorialMetadata
Calendar
Story Budget
Edit Flowv0.7
Calendar (0.7)
Story Budget (0.7)
Edit FlowFuture
Other PluginsIf Edit Flow is a bit too much...
Editorial Calendar
Peter’s Post Notes
Peter’s Collaboration Emails
Email Post Changes
Editorial Guidelines   WP Help
DIY    Bend WordPress to your willTweak the interface with a few lines of codeRoll your own full-blown Authoring System  A...
Things to keep in mindOne size does not fit allFind something that works for youDefine, communicate and practice your proces...
Thanks!       Mo Jangda  batmoo@gmail.com  mo@automattic.comdigitalize.ca | @mjangda
WordCamp Toronto 2011 - Managing Your Editorial Workflow
WordCamp Toronto 2011 - Managing Your Editorial Workflow
WordCamp Toronto 2011 - Managing Your Editorial Workflow
WordCamp Toronto 2011 - Managing Your Editorial Workflow
WordCamp Toronto 2011 - Managing Your Editorial Workflow
WordCamp Toronto 2011 - Managing Your Editorial Workflow
WordCamp Toronto 2011 - Managing Your Editorial Workflow
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  1. 1. Managing your EditorialWorkflowWordCamp Toronto 2011 (Mo Jangda)
  2. 2. Managing your EditorialWorkflowWordCamp Toronto 2011 (Mo Jangda)
  3. 3. GoalMaximize our WordPress efficiency in ourjourney to create great content.
  4. 4. Mo (That’s me!)• Code Wrangler @Automattic• Edit Flow• http://digitalize.ca• @mjangda
  5. 5. Blogging Platform ➡Publishing Platform
  6. 6. We rely a lot on our toolsAnd expect a lot from them
  7. 7. What do we want?VisibilityCommunicationControl
  8. 8. What do we really want?We want to do it all within WordPress
  9. 9. Core Features
  10. 10. List Table: Filtering & Sorting
  11. 11. Dragability, Show/Hide
  12. 12. Screen Options
  13. 13. Statuses (pending, draft)SchedulingRevisions
  14. 14. The ProblemWordPress Core only goes so far...
  15. 15. The ProblemsCoordinating things within WordPress is difficult
  16. 16. The ProblemsEmail overload
  17. 17. The ProblemsMonolithic Spreadsheets
  18. 18. The Solution(s)Plugins to the rescue
  19. 19. Edit FlowHistory
  20. 20. Edit FlowFeatures
  21. 21. Custom Statuses
  22. 22. Custom Statuses
  23. 23. Custom Statuses
  24. 24. Editorial Comments
  25. 25. Email Notifications
  26. 26. Email NotificationsUser Groups
  27. 27. EditorialMetadata
  28. 28. Calendar
  29. 29. Story Budget
  30. 30. Edit Flowv0.7
  31. 31. Calendar (0.7)
  32. 32. Story Budget (0.7)
  33. 33. Edit FlowFuture
  34. 34. Other PluginsIf Edit Flow is a bit too much...
  35. 35. Editorial Calendar
  36. 36. Peter’s Post Notes
  37. 37. Peter’s Collaboration Emails
  38. 38. Email Post Changes
  39. 39. Editorial Guidelines WP Help
  40. 40. DIY Bend WordPress to your willTweak the interface with a few lines of codeRoll your own full-blown Authoring System Assignment Desk http://annotum.wordpress.com/
  41. 41. Things to keep in mindOne size does not fit allFind something that works for youDefine, communicate and practice your processesOvercommunicateMake the tools work for you, or find tools that do
  42. 42. Thanks! Mo Jangda batmoo@gmail.com mo@automattic.comdigitalize.ca | @mjangda
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