I’m always collaborating with someone, whether it be on this site or another. A lot of times I need to share drafts I have with others to get their opinions, comments, and correct any misinformation. WordPress by default doesn’t have a way to do this without first publishing the post. Thankfully though there is a quick and easy way. Check out this tutorial below on how to allow public post preview for unpublished posts in WordPress. How to Allow Public Post Preview in WordPress Many of us bloggers and writers utilize both WordPress and Google Docs a lot. Anyone who does this on a regular basis knows that they don’t work great together. Sure there are tricks you can use, like this one on how to save images from Google Docs. But for the most part, when you’re writing something in WordPress you like to keep it in WordPress. Thankfully there is a free nifty little plugin called Public Post Preview. It enables you to give a link to anonymous users for public preview of a post before it is published. I’ve used this for years and it has made my life a lot easier. Public Post Preview is currently maintained by Dominik Schilling, who is actually a WordPress core
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