There is no doubt that WordPress is a powerful blogging platform but thanks to its regular installation it doesn’t come fully equipped the way it has to be for multi-author blogs. If you are running a multi-author blog, then it is highly required to increase the workflow for authors giving them an extra mile of efficiency.
To letting this happen, you need to install and activate the plugin name Revisionary. Once it got activated, a whole new menu option will get added under Settings >> Revisionary. Although the default settings will work as a complete tool for lots of blogs, but still if your require something more, it would be best to review the settings and see if you need to add or change something.
Once you are done with installation, you will see that the plugin will create a new user role, called Revisor. Now, here you get a choice on to assign this role to an existing user or create a new user with the Revisor role. The Revisor role user can edit posts as revision and on completion they can submit it for review.
Plugin In Use: Revisionary
The plugin enables qualifies users to submit changes to currently published posts or pages. It will give ability to the contributors to submit revisions to their own published content. If these changes approved by Editor, it can be published the very same time or can be scheduled for future publication.
- Pending Revisions allow designated users to suggest changes to a currently published post/page
- Scheduled Revisions allow you to specify future changes to published content (either via Pending Revision approval or directly by fully qualified author/editor)
- Enchanced Revision Management Form
- Front-end preview display of Pending / Scheduled Revisions with “Publish Now” link
- New WordPress role, “Revisor” is a moderated Editor
- Works with blog-wide WordPress Roles, or in conjunction with Press Permit or Role Scoper