Brightspot CMS User Guide

Using custom asset statuses

While Draft, Published, and Archived are the three most common statuses in Brightspot, you may find your site uses custom statuses. Usually this is because your site uses a workflow to publish its assets. Workflows are a series of steps an asset must pass through before being published. For example, a workflow might be set up that requires an article to be fact-checked, then copy-edited, then revised before it can be published. All of those steps in the workflow are custom statuses that the asset must pass through on its way to being published.

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