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The Editorial Workflow is the process used in order to create, review, edit and publish content as defined by the website owner.

The purpose of the Editorial Workflow is to cover the needs to create, edit, publish and manage content based on this content's ownership as well as the team members' accountability. 

Not all websites are similar in terms of scope, volume of contents, and available resources to manage the site. Therefore each website should have its own editorial workflow. 

For websites developed on the Corporate web development platform (EWPP):

The EWPP platform provides a built-in content modular workflow based on four roles. Those can be mixed and matched to accommodate the needs of your site.

For more information, visit the EWPP editorial workflow page.

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