What is centralised publishing?
Centralised publishing gives one team in your enterprise control over every piece of content that’s published.
Usually, this means you already have a core publishing team that manages your content and you don’t distribute publishing powers to individual business areas.
Implementing centralised publishing
In short, give global roles to a select number of content specialists and communicate to your enterprise that these people are the go-to contacts for publishing.
If you would prefer to share the publishing power across your intranet, check out our guidance on distributed publishing.
If not, here are the global roles to establish a centralised publishing team:
These are the global roles that will help you establish centralised publishing in your enterprise.
Note that a user can have two roles. So a publisher can also be a section manager if someone needs to have the permissions of both roles.
See: User Management
Managing global roles:
As a webmaster
1. Got to a user’s profile
2. Go to ‘Account settings’ and then ‘Roles’
3. Select the roles we’ve mentioned: author, editor, publisher, content reviewer and section manager
4. Select ‘Save’