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Learn the basics of Web Press workflow.

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Workflow

Each Web Press editor group has a unique workflow. A Web Press page's workflow status determines whether it can be published or not.

Web Press uses a 2-part workflow submit and release. A page must clear both parts of the workflow in order to be able to publish.

Drafts

When a Web Press page is created or changed, it is saved as a draft. Editors are only able to see their own drafts.

Submit to workflow

Only drafts can be submitted to a workflow. Pages "waiting for release" can then either be rejected — (returned to draft status — status) or released.

Editors are able to see any pages submitted to workflows they have access to.

Release from workflow

Pages "waiting for release" can be released by any editors with access to that workflow.

Only released pages can be published. Releasing a page should automatically publish it.

Publish



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