Integrate editorial workflows in the CMS

The editorial workflow (boiled down) essentially goes: 

1. Someone drafts a post

2. An editor reviews it

2a. Editor makes changes and approves or sends it back to 1

3. The post is published (or scheduled) 

It would be awesome if Webflow incorporated these stages in a more productized manner. So, when a piece is created, an editor is notified. The editor then dives in, where they can make edits or comments and either send it to publish or "reject" it—i.e., push it back to the creator. 

Presumably this would require the following additional features: 

1. More roles and permissions (writers who can draft but not publish, editors who can review and publish)

2. Post scheduling

3. Change tracking and annotation

  • John Moore Williams
  • Jan 24 2017
  • Marcus commented
    January 24, 2017 23:45

    Yep great idea

  • Rod Green commented
    January 26, 2017 22:21

    A good idea, and would be enhanced with my proposed idea of integrating markdown.

    This workflow may be able to be (kinda) hacked together with project management app and zapier. I've done something kinda similar with contentful and zapier.

  • John Moore Williams commented
    February 08, 2017 18:59

    Ha, yeah, I've done something somewhat similar with Zapier :) 

  • Casey Schorr commented
    August 31, 2017 21:08

    We'd like a role/ permissions for writers that can draft but not publish. I'm always surprised how many CMS's don't have proper roles and permissions given the fact they exist to help manage content! Roles and permissions are essential for content based workflows.

  • Jaime Delgado commented
    October 29, 2018 08:05

    This is needed ASAP

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