Workflow and Assignments

When you create, translate, and publish content in Paligo, it is important that you understand the production workflow. The workflow is the recommended order of creating, reviewing, and publishing content.

Workflow diagram showing the stages. Begins with work in progress, then In review, then In Translation, In Translation Review, and ends with Released.

To learn about the workflow, see Production Workflow and States.

To track your content through each stage of the workflow, we recommend that you use assignments. These are tasks that you can assign to other users, including reviewers and contributors. They are designed for collaboration and you can use them to invite other users to work on content at particular stages in the workflow. For example, you can create a review assignment to invite subject matter experts to proofread content in the review stage. The assignments are tracked by Paligo and you can monitor them from your dashboard.

But you do not have to use assignments for collaboration. If you prefer, you can Share Content (without assignments), but be aware that there is limited tracking for shared content.

If you are a Paligo administrator or author and want to find out more about setting up assignments, see:

If you are a reviewer and need information on working on a review assignment, see:

If you are a contributor and need information on working on a contribution assignment, see:


For information on translation assignments, see the translation section of the documentation.