PublishPress Revisions enables you to use revisions to control new changes to your content.
Your users can update posts using the normal WordPress editor, but their changes will not be published automatically. Instead, the changes are stored as a “pending revision” that can be approved, rejected or scheduled.
The main features of PublishPress Revisions
PublishPress Revisions allows you to schedule WordPress revisions to be published in the future. When you're editing a published post, all you need to do is select a future date. Your changes will be published at the specified time.
Control Revision Permissions
PublishPress Revisions allows you to control which users are able to submit revisions to published posts. You can use the new "Revisor" role, or customize the existing WordPress roles.
PublishPress Revisions enables you to submit change requests for published posts. Those requests can be approved or denied by other users.
Preview and Compare Revisions
Every requested change can be reviewed in the normal "Compare Revisions" interface in WordPress.
Manage and Moderate Revisions
PublishPress Revisions has a Revision Queue screen where you can search, approve, or deny changes to a published post's content.
Email Notifications for Revisions
Administrators and Editors are notified by email when a new revision is submitted. PublishPress Revisions can also send emails for revision approval and publication.
Custom Field Revisioning with ACF
Revisions Pro adds support for the Advanced Custom Fields plugin. Moderate, schedule and compare changes to ACF fields in your published posts, just like other post content.
Divi, Beaver Builder Integration
With Revisions Pro, your Contributors and Revisors will be able to submit revisions to published content using the front end editor of the Divi theme or Beaver Builder plugin.
With Revisions Pro, pending and scheduled revisions work in multi-language sites controlled by the WPML plugin. The WPML language filter works as expected on the Revision Queue screen, filtering listed results by language.
By upgrading to Revisions Pro, you also gain advanced permissions control through Permissions Pro. Customize permissions by role or per-user, granting full editing or revision submission rights to specific posts, categories or taxonomy terms.