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WordCamp Toronto 2011 - Managing Your Editorial Workflow

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Managing your web-first editorial workflow using Edit Flow, a plugin for WordPress.

Managing your web-first editorial workflow using Edit Flow, a plugin for WordPress.

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  • 1. Managing your EditorialWorkflowWordCamp Toronto 2011 (Mo Jangda)
  • 2. Managing your EditorialWorkflowWordCamp Toronto 2011 (Mo Jangda)
  • 3. GoalMaximize our WordPress efficiency in ourjourney to create great content.
  • 4. Mo (That’s me!)• Code Wrangler @Automattic• Edit Flow• http://digitalize.ca• @mjangda
  • 5. Blogging Platform ➡Publishing Platform
  • 6. We rely a lot on our toolsAnd expect a lot from them
  • 7. What do we want?VisibilityCommunicationControl
  • 8. What do we really want?We want to do it all within WordPress
  • 9. Core Features
  • 10. List Table: Filtering & Sorting
  • 11. Dragability, Show/Hide
  • 12. Screen Options
  • 13. Statuses (pending, draft)SchedulingRevisions
  • 14. The ProblemWordPress Core only goes so far...
  • 15. The ProblemsCoordinating things within WordPress is difficult
  • 16. The ProblemsEmail overload
  • 17. The ProblemsMonolithic Spreadsheets
  • 18. The Solution(s)Plugins to the rescue
  • 19. Edit FlowHistory
  • 20. Edit FlowFeatures
  • 21. Custom Statuses
  • 22. Custom Statuses
  • 23. Custom Statuses
  • 24. Editorial Comments
  • 25. Email Notifications
  • 26. Email NotificationsUser Groups
  • 27. EditorialMetadata
  • 28. Calendar
  • 29. Story Budget
  • 30. Edit Flowv0.7
  • 31. Calendar (0.7)
  • 32. Story Budget (0.7)
  • 33. Edit FlowFuture
  • 34. Other PluginsIf Edit Flow is a bit too much...
  • 35. Editorial Calendar
  • 36. Peter’s Post Notes
  • 37. Peter’s Collaboration Emails
  • 38. Email Post Changes
  • 39. Editorial Guidelines WP Help
  • 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. 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. Thanks! Mo Jangda batmoo@gmail.com mo@automattic.comdigitalize.ca | @mjangda