We’re pleased to launch our 13th full Drupal class: Workbench.
Workbench is a whole suite of modules that introduces improvements to the way content is managed in Drupal.
Workbench provides a single user interface for users who only need to work with content. It adds usability improvements so that there’s no need to “learn Drupal”. It allows you to set editor permissions based on your organization’s structure, not your website’s.
Workbench allows you to create many different editorial workflows. For example, you can allow users to create content, but not publish it. You could also allow some other users to review content and decide whether it needs an additional revision, or that it is ready to be published.
This class is taught by the wonderful Brian Lewis from Modules Unraveled. If you haven’t listened yet, check out his highly useful podcasts on things happening in the Drupal world.
An Introduction to the Workbench Suite
The Workbench Class Overview
- Introduction to Workbench
- The Workbench Dashboard
- Workbench Permissions
- Overriding the Dashboard with Panels
- Workbench Views – My Profile
- Workbench Views – My Edits
- Workbench Views – All Recent Content
- Workbench Access Overview
- Assigning Users and Content to Sections
- Workbench Access View
- Workbench Moderation Overview
- Moderating Content
- Workbench Moderation Permissions
- Using the Author Role
- Using the Editor Role
- Using the Publisher Role
- New Revisions of Published Content
- Workbench Moderation Views
- Workbench Media Overview
- Workbench Media View