Content Workflow?

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6/16/2009 12:03:54 PM
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Content Workflow?

Is mojoPortal supporting an explicit content workflow? That is I would like the content to be entered by content editors and then only allow publishing by content managers. Currently as soon as I enter content it goes live on the page. Am I missing some config value?

The only workaround that I see is to designate a non-visible (except to admins and content publishers/admin ) page to be a "preview" page and then using the content sharing capacity to publish content to other visible pages.

6/16/2009 1:44:02 PM
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Re: Content Workflow?

Hi,

Many thanks for the beers!

There is currently a process by which approval based publishing can occur, where authors create content in private areas not visible to the public and more priveledged users can publish the content to visible pages, its described on the bottom of the Roles and Permissions page. 

I do see this approach as a bit of a workaround and a more formal workflow system is planned for on our road map. There is actually a community member working on pieces of this puzzle now, but I do not have a timeframe when to expect to see it as of yet. 

Best,

Joe

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