Are your post drafts getting out of control?
If you have a complicated, multi-step workflow to your blog, or you manage multiple authors, saving all your posts as drafts until they publish just isn’t going to cut it.
In reality, posts drafts go through many phases before they’re published, including:
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If you want to stay organized and make your workflow more efficient, especially if you’re working with a team, it would help to be able to change each post’s status depending on where it is in your process – and you can do that with custom post statuses.
In this post, we’ll go over how you can create your own custom post statuses, with a dedicated plugin.
Why create custom post statuses?
Default post statuses in WordPress include:
Draft: Incomplete posts viewable by anyone with proper user level.
Scheduled: Scheduled posts to be published on a future date.
Pending: Awaiting approval from another user…
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