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02/16/2015 03:56:21 PM (5 years ago)
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  • Ticket #29276, comment 4

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    1 Adam, this is great news. Our goal would be to implement a workflow where editors can create a new revision of an existing published post, and then edit it and preview it (and allow other editors to preview it, if needed) without affecting what's currently live on the site. Then, once they ready to go live with the new version of that page, they just hit "Publish" on that Edit Revision screen and... voilà ;) The workaround we currently use is to "clone" a published post and its postmeta and then "merge" (overwrite) all the fields, when the editor is ready to publish the new version. If this was available in core, WordPress would be one step closer to become a full-fledged CMS.
     1Adam, this is great news. Our goal would be to implement a workflow where editors can create a new revision of an existing published post, and then edit it and preview it (and allow other editors to preview it, if needed) without affecting what's currently live on the site. Then, once they're ready to go live with the new version of that page, they just hit "Publish" on that Edit Revision screen and... voilà ;) The workaround we currently use is to "clone" a published post and its postmeta and then "merge" (overwrite) all the fields, when the editor is ready to publish the new version. If this was available in core, WordPress would be one step closer to become a full-fledged CMS.
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