EditFlow is an open source project that provides you many features to make collaboration with WordPress easy.
This WordPress plugin gives you custom statuses, editorial comments, a calendar, notifications and more to make it easier for you and your team to collaborate with WordPress.
EditFlow ’s Calender provides you a convenient month-by-month and week-by-week look at your content. Through it, you can quickly see which stories are on track on being published on time and which ones need extra effort. You can see all your content for the upcoming six weeks. You can also filter your calendar by post status, users, categories and post types.
It’s Custom Statuses allow you to define the stages of your workflow. WordPress only offer you ‘Draft’ and ‘Pending review’. With Custom Statuses, you get ‘In progress’, ‘Pitch’, and ‘Waiting for edit’ too. You can also drag and drop statuses that you want and add them to your workflow.
Editorial comments on EditFlow can reduce email overload and keep the conversations targeted to your content. Writers and editors can privately leave feedback and messages, and discuss what needs to be changed before publication.
The Editorial Metadata feature of EditFlow allows you to keep track of important details about your content. You can create as many dates, numbers, texts etc. and use them to store information with each post.
With EditFlow, you also receive timely updates on the content you are following. That helps to keep your team up-to-date on important changes to the content. Users can also subscribe to notifications for any post. You can easily search through all the users by name or email address.
EditFlow empowers you through its various excellent features for better collaboration while on WordPress.