WordPress is not unknown to the online audience. It has been capturing the attention of online marketers, bloggers, etc. even before Facebook came into being. It is a widely known CMS for blogging, creating domains, e-commerce sites, and more. Its CMS grabs more than 25% of the web, and with its CMS, it enables the bloggers to write, edit, and publish their work to the targeted audiences effectively. WordPress offers a great platform to start a blog, but when it comes to managing multiple authors, WordPress falls short in providing necessary tools and features. Fortunately, there are a few plugins that can help you get out of the issue.
To manage multiple authors on your blogs, use the plugins mentioned below:
This plugin will help you clean the admin area and remove unnecessary things from the page that the audience doesn’t need to see. Adminimize makes it easy to remove items from view based on a user’s role. It changes the administration backend and gives you the power to assign rights to certain parts. Admins can activate or deactivate every function of the menu and even parts of the sub-menu at any time. The header of the backend is minimized and optimized to give you more space. It also changes the structure of the menu to make it more logical. Every user can tweak the settings according to their needs.
Posts To-Do List
Posts To-Do List plugin offers you and your co-authors a convenient box in the posts editing page, where everyone will be able to share the posts, they think are worth writing. In a box provided, you can insert the URL of the page where you read that excellent post, and the plugin will fetch the title by itself. It also enables you to change the retrieved title, suggests a keyword, and adds other notes. You all can set priority and assign the post to some user of the blog. You can also leave some space to add suggestions or allow others to do so.
Simple Author Box
This plugin adds a responsive author box at the end of your posts, showing the author’s name, gravatar, and description. Overall, it creates an author’s bio. It also enables you to add over 30 social profile fields on the WordPress user profile screen, allowing you to display the author’s social icons in the author box. You can also customize the text, size, color, theme, and style to match the aesthetic of your blog. Simple Author Box has AMP and RTL support.
PublishPress plugin has all the tools you need to manage WordPress content, including an editorial calendar to plan content. You can create custom status and notifications for content updates. Using the Editorial Calendar, you can easily see when content is planned, and when it was published. You can also drag-and-drop content to a new publication date. It allows you to create powerful notification workflows based on post types, categories, status changes, and much more. It has a Content Overview option that will enable you to check the content organized by status, categories, or users. Use the Editorial Comment feature to start a private conversation between writers and editors.
The Pre-Publish Checklist plugin lets you monitor whether the posts, pages, and custom post types on your website are complete. It will help you manage a checklist for your pages, posts, custom post types, and more. You no longer need to open the post or page editor to see whether a checklist is completed as this plugin has added a column that can be seen alongside the list of posts and pages that will give you all the details required.
All of these plugins are tried and tested, and they work fine. You can rely on these to make your work better and comfortable while offering a good number of features for your blog.