The Content Audit Plugin allows Forge administrators to create a content inventory of all their pages/posts in WordPress as well as assign ‘ownership’ and set expiration dates designating when pages/posts should be reviewed or updated. This can be useful in determining who is responsible for maintaining the accuracy of website content and ensuring that content is reviewed on a regular basis.
To adjust the default settings for the plugin, go to Settings > Content Audit from the Dashboard.
The Content Audit blocks are displayed on the right-hand side for pages and/or posts when in the editing interface and consists of three blocks:
The Content Audit plugin also allows site admins to generate a report of all pages/posts on their site and the current status of those pages/posts. To view the Content Audit Overview, click Content Audit Overview in the Dashboard.
From here, you can see a list of Content Owners, the number of pages/posts they own, and a breakdown of the audit attributes. To download a report, click [Download as CSV] from the top of the screen.
To view all pages/posts designated with a specific Audit Attribute, navigate to the Posts or Pages main page in the Dashboard, select the desired attribute in the “Show all statuses” drop-down, and click [Filter].
You can also choose to filter by Content Owner or a combination of status and owner.