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Friday Sitecore Best Practice: Why It is Important to Use Workflows

Recently I started seeing Sitecore implementations that did not use workflows, and even though they were solid websites initially, they turned into unstable environments with messy content. in this video I talk about the importance of using Sitecore workflows; we cover the basic workflow structure, the use of Workbox and workflow setup. Finally, I touch on one of the coolest new features – content testing.

Vasiliy Fomichev (97 Posts)
Dustland
Los Angeles , CA USA
Sitecore development, sitecore best ractices, .NET architect, web development, Sitecore DMS, solution architeture.
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Inspired ASP.NET C# developer and Sitecore enthusiast on a path of never ending learning. Always passionate and curious, driven by innovation, technology, and other random stuff. Certified in HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript, Sitecore 6.5, 7 Customer Engagement Platform, Sitecore Marketing (Digital Management System), CCNA, Network+, MCP, DCSE Linux.

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  • JDSousa

    Too bad Sitecore workflow functionality is way too basic to be useful in more complex scenarios. A thing Sitecore should really address.

    • @disqus_H8dcUfmDpg:disqus , agreed. You can do some very powerful things with them, but the problem is that developers have to build them. What comes out of the box is very limited.

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