New Editorial Features in WordPress 3.6
With this new version and a theme that supports post formats, now you can spice up your blog’s front page by making the different types of content you share visually distinct from one another. See: Post Formats: http://en.support.wordpress.com/posts/post-formats/
We’ve been posting about the development of WordPress 3.6 over the past few months, and while the target launch is coming up later this month, many of these features are already available to WordPress.com users. Here’s a quick overview of the new editorial features.
Working in a multi-author environment? Post Locking lets you see at a glance who’s editing a post, and prevents authors from overwriting each other.
See Who Is Editing What Post
If you navigate to All Posts in your dashboard, you will be able to see who is editing what post.
Prevent Editors from Overwriting Each Other
If you click on a post that another editor is working on, you will have three options to choose from: Go back, Preview, and Take over.
Know If Someone Else Is In Your Post
If you are working on a post and someone takes over, this…
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