Scrivito’s working copies are handy for making changes to website content independently of others. No matter how much you changed, you can publish all of it in one final work step. But what if you’ve accumulated a considerable amount of changes and suddenly need to publish just some of them? Maybe, your company’s terms of service or the landing page you’ve just finished unexpectedly gained importance and need to be made known to your website visitors as soon as possible. However, you cannot publish the working copy containing this content because the rest is still work in progress.
In situations like these, Scrivito lets you move specific new or changed pages or images, etc., to a different working copy which can then be published spontaneously. Note, however, that changes can only be moved if the editor is permitted to edit in the working copy. This is not the case if, for instance, a workflow is active and the editor has requested a publish.
Now, as an example, assume that Paula has authored a special offer landing page she needs to publish immediately. So she first opens the changes list of her working copy to move this landing page to a different working copy: