This week’s tutorial is the second of a two-parter. We’ve had several students in our classes looking to build websites with multiple content authors … blogs, newspapers, university sites and more. A common request is to improve Drupal’s default handling of nodes.
In the first part we covered how to give people easy to a list of their own nodes, using a module called workspace.
In this second part we’re going to create a workflow, allowing you to choose who has control over a node. A newspaper website is a great example – a writer may submit an article which is then passed to the copy-editor for checking and then to the editor for approval and publication.
In Part 1 we used the “Workspace” module. This time we’re using the “Workflow” module.