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    Press Permit Core

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    PublishPress Permissions is the plugin for advanced WordPress permissions. It goes far beyond the options you’ll find in the WordPress core. With PublishPress Permissions you can enable or block access to specific posts, pages, categories and other content on your site. You can apply these permissions for roles, individual users, and even custom groups.

    There are too many features to mention in a short introduction, but here’s one example: PublishPress Permissions allows you to customize viewing and editing access for almost any content built on the WordPress post types platform. Open a Post, Page or custom post type, and you’ll be able to decide which roles, users or custom groups can view and edit that content.
    Click here for your quick start guide to PublishPress Permissions.

    Control Viewing Permissions for WordPress Content

    PublishPress Permissions enables you to customize viewing access for WordPress content. Open any post and you’ll see a box with the label, “Permissions: Read this Post”. This box allows you to choose “Enabled” or “Blocked” for any user role or individual user. You can also set permissions for all users who are guests, and those who are logged in.
    Click here to see how to create custom viewing permissions.

    Control Editing Permissions for WordPress Content

    PublishPress Permissions allows you to customize the editing permissions for all your content. Open a Post, Page, Category, Tag, or custom post type and you can decide who is allowed to edit that content.
    Click here to see how to create editing viewing permissions.

    Create Your Own User Groups

    PublishPress Permissions allows you to create your own user groups. Imagine you want to give some users access to a single Post. Instead of creating a new user role and applying all the permissions, you can easily add those users to a group. This is a simple and more flexible alternative to user roles.
    Click here to see how to utilize custom user groups.

    Manage Access to the Media Library

    PublishPress Permissions gives you detailed control over access to media on your WordPress site. You decide who gets to edit and view files in your Media Library. For example, you can set up WordPress so that users only have access to files that they uploaded. Or you can add an exception so users can edit other people’s media files if they are attached to a post they can edit.
    Click here to see how to manage access to your media files.

    Show Content Teasers

    PublishPress Permissions Pro allows you to display a teaser for unreadable content. This is perfect for making small snippets of your content available to the public. You can have teaser text that is publicly available, followed by private content that is only visible for your site’s users. If you choose to display a login form, the redirect will go to the originally requested content.
    Click here to see how to display content teasers.

    Automatically Create Posts for Users

    This Pro feature allows you to automatically create content for your users. For example, you can sync your staff members to Pages. This would allow your staff to each have their own page to edit and update. You can use this feature to automatically create posts, WooCommerce products, or any other post type that is defined on your site.
    Click here to see how to automatically create posts for users.

    Create Your Own Workflow Statuses

    WordPress provides some status options including “Draft”, “Pending Review” and “Published”. Permissions Pro enables you to design a far more advanced workflow. Each status you create can have its own unique capability requirements.
    Click here to see how to build your own workflow statuses.

    Create Your Own Visibility Statuses

    With PublishPress Permissions Pro, you can create visibility options for your content. One example is a “Premium” status that makes content visible only for paying members. Another example is a “Staff” status, for the people who run your site.
    Click here to see how to build your own visibility statuses.

    How to Upgrade from Press Permit

    This plugin was previously called “Press Permit”. Contact us for assistance in migrating to the new version of this plugin.

    Join PublishPress and get the Pro plugins

    The Pro versions of the PublishPress plugins are well worth your investment. The Pro versions have extra features and faster support. Click here to join PublishPress.
    Join PublishPress and you’ll get access to these six Pro plugins:

    Together, these plugins are a suite of powerful publishing tools for WordPress. If you need to create a professional workflow in WordPress, with moderation, revisions, permissions and more, then you should try PublishPress.

    Bug Reports

    Bug reports for PublishPress Permissions are welcomed in our repository on GitHub. Please note that GitHub is not a support forum, and that issues that aren’t properly qualified as bugs will be closed.

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