This module allows fields to be required only when the piece of content is being published or is already published. This can be used when you have fields such as tags or SEO information on your piece of content that editors really don't need to fill in until the content is going live.
This module provides a rich set of tools for planning and reporting on your site's content. It includes a dashboard, interactive calendar, and kanban board.
This module allows editors to move content to a different workflow state by accessing a specially crafted URL, for example:
This module allows multiple methods to simplify the use case of needing to add multiple content entries of the same type. In the same way that the taxonomy term creation interface loads the form to create a new term by default when a new term is created, this module provides a button to allow a content creator to immediately see a new form once the content they're working on is saved.
A former boss used to say, "The surest way to starve a dog is to put two people in charge of feeding it." If people aren't individually accountable, they often assume someone else will take care of a given task. A potential challenge with the powerful workflow capabilities in Drupal core is that they don't make anyone individually accountable.
Being able to send email notifications from a Drupal site is great, but sometime the result can be a lot of noise in an administrator or editor's inbox. Message Digest allows for notifications to be sent on a fixed cadence (e.g. daily or weekly) compiling together all the notifications for the period.
This module is designed to help Drupal sites share content entities: nodes, taxonomy terms, media entities, and more. Sounds like a budget version of Acquia Content Hub, would be interesting to try.
By default Drupal provides "created on" and "last updated" dates for any content, but this module provides a third date, for when a piece of content was published. Often this is the date that should be displayed on news, press releases, etc.
Sometimes your site needs a more complex workflow than the linear state-to-state options possible using the Content Moderation built into Drupal core. This module allows for conditional logic and a variety of different actions that can be triggered, including the ability to add custom ones to meet your needs.
Sometimes the revision log message can be very useful in the Drupal edit interface, but sometimes you want to keep things as simple as possible. This module provides a variety of potential approaches for either hiding the field completely, or making it available selectively. A nice way to make Drupal's edit interface more intuitive.