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Workbench: Managing Content Management

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Our clients often come to Drupal with expectations about the features of a content management system (CMS). In many cases, Drupal handles the features they expect. However, not all editorial tools are ...

Our clients often come to Drupal with expectations about the features of a content management system (CMS). In many cases, Drupal handles the features they expect. However, not all editorial tools are a part of Drupal Core, and Drupal has addressed these tools with various contributed modules. As a result, Drupal’s editorial space generally lacks a consistent workflow and interface.

Ideally suited to the needs of universities. Workbench incorporates contributed modules and has some new features of its own:

Hierarchical permission inheritance by “Sections” not just content types
Extensible workflow states
Single repository for media management
Modify live content without publishing changes immediately
Workbench provides a unified interface for managing content. In effect, Workbench hides Drupal from you and makes content management about your institution and your website, not about Drupal.

Speaker(s): Ken Rickard

Experience Level: Beginner

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