When a file goes through its production process from planning, creation and editing to publishing, each stage of that process is tracked by assigning a workflow status to the file.
Example: A simple status workflow for a file could for instance be First Draft, Second Draft, and Final Version.
Workflows are also accompanied by Access Rights which determine whether or not a user can access the file, make changes to it, publish it, and more.
Example: Workflows can be set up in such a way that a user is allowed to modify a file when it is assigned to a Draft status, but not when it is in a Final status.
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