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Perfecting Permissions and Editorial Workflow [March 14, 2012]

Perfecting Permissions and Editorial Workflow [March 14, 2012]

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Do you work with organizations that require content review before content gets published? This common task is one that is made easy with Drupal. In this webinar, we'll show you how to build a common editorial workflow that allows an author to create and edit his or her own work and submit it for editorial review. Authors and editors can collaborate until content is ready to be passed along for final approval and publication.

Join Acquia and OpenSourcery for this upcoming webinar you will learn how to:

  • Configure a basic editorial approval process
  • Keep the approved revision published while working on updates behind the scenes
  • Extend the basic approval process to meet your own organizational needs
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Thursday, March 15, 2012
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