My Workbench is the area in WebPublish that you will come to find your work. It is different for each user depending on their role in WebPublish and on the work they have been doing.
My Workbench has 4 tabs
The My Content tab is the first one you see when you open My Workbench.
It is divided into 3 sections:
The My Edits page will show the pages that the current user has been working on. As the web site grows this list will also grow. To make it easier to locate pages there is a search area at the top of the page. A title can be entered to search for or choose between published, unpublished, or all pages. Each user can also set the number of items to show per page.
Additionally each column title can be sorted on. By default the Last Updated column is the sorted column. If the Title column is sorted then the list will be alphabetized. If the Published column is sorted all the published pages will be sorted together, the Unpublished pages will be sorted together, all Needs Review will be sorted together and all Draft will be sorted together.
The All Recent Content button will show content created by all the users, not just the user logged in.
There are 2 new columns: Author and Actions
At the bottom of the page, there is a navigation menu.
To return to the MyWorkbench page click My Workbench in the breadcrumbs.
The Create Content tab is where the user comes to create a Basic page. Click the Basic page link. Note the shortcut menu has a Create a Page link.
The My Drafts tab lists all the pages the user has created or edited that have the Moderation State of Draft.
On this page there is a column for Moderation State that shows the current state of the page. Under the Set Moderation State are the options the user has.
The Needs Review tab allows a Publisher or Site Administrator to go to one place to see pages that have been set in a Needs Review Moderation state. From here, the page can be viewed, the revision state can be reset to Draft if additional changes are necessary or to Published if the page is ready to go live. The area at the top of the page can be used to sort the pages.