Workflows indicate in which state different content is at the moment, and therefore help you keep track of it. Workflows usually start with the content being drafted and end with its publishing.You can set up your project’s workflows based on your organization’s way of working with various types of content. Workflows enable you to define who can work with what and give your content creators comfort that they won’t break anything they’re not supposed to touch.
Different kinds of content may require different steps to go through in their workflow. For instance, legal content needs a more thorough review process than blog posts.When setting up workflows for your organization, we recommend you think through establishing roles for your users and then use those roles to set up workflows for effective content strategy.
Every workflow consists of workflow steps that represent the state of a particular content item. What the steps symbolize is up to you. Choose the best way to divide your content creation flow according to how you work with each kind of content.
Your workflows should reflect your permission model. This ensures that every member of your organization can do their job efficiently and minimizes the risk that someone publishes content without a review or edits something they should not.
When you have your diagram with workflow design ready, you can configure the workflows in Kontent.ai.