Our goal for Edit Flow is to help you establish an effective foundation for your editorial workflow, and then make it possible to tune it to your heart’s delight. With this in mind, we’ve written the plugin with a modular architecture and dozens of hooks and filters. On this site, we offer a good number of examples as to how you might be able to achieve your needs.
When incorporating these code snippets into your website, please don’t modify the Edit Flow code directly. Instead, we encourage you to instead add the snippets to your theme’s functions.php file or create a secondary plugin. You should do the former if you’ve created a custom theme, and the latter if you expect there to be updates to the theme that might override your code snippets.
- Only allow specific users to drag and drop posts on the calendar
- Modify CSS classes applied to posts on the calendar
- Limit custom statuses based on user role
- Hide the “Publish” button for certain custom statuses
- Hide empty boxes on the Story Budget
- Disable auto-subscribing users for notifications
- Change sort order of posts on the calendar
- Auto-subscribe user groups for notifications