WordPress as a Collaboration Platform

Posted May 8, 2012 | View revision history

Today countless teams are using WordPress to drive collaboration and facilitate inter-team communication. This presentation — given at the May WordPress DC Meetup — showcases some of the creative ways companies and organizations are using WordPress as the central hub of their day-to-day workflow: To organize and collaboratively edit documents and other non-web content, track and communicate their team’s progress with one another, and extend WordPress to work with their existing tools and practices

Slides

Recording of the presentation (starts at the 10:00 mark):

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