Are you using the editorial calendar software Desk-Net to plan your stories and to manage your editorial department?

This plugin connects your Desk-Net account to one or multiple WordPress sites. Your story lists and related meta-data such as statuses are synced both ways between the two systems.

Two main use-cases are supported:

  • Planned content: A post is planned and enriched with meta-data in Desk-Net. Based on this Desk-Net automatically creates a post in WordPress. Subsequent changes in either system are synced instantly.
  • Breaking news: A story originates as a post in WordPress. The plugin sends relevant data to Desk-Net ensuring the story lists are complete.

The following meta-data is synced:

  • Slug and description
  • Publishing date and time
  • Statuses
  • Categories
  • Author emails
  • URLs of either system
  • The plugin supports the Gutenberg editor.

Please note that you need to have an account in Desk-Net to make use of the plugin.

You are working for an editorial or content marketing team of 15 or more users? Learn more about Desk-Net and request your free test account on the Desk-Net website.


  • Screenshot of a post in the post list that originated in Desk-Net.
  • The plugin adds the story description and a link back to the story in Desk-Net.
  • Categories, status levels etc. can easily be matched on the plugin settings pages.
  • The plugin adds the story description and a link back to the story in Desk-Net – Gutenberg.


Please note that you need to have an active account in Desk-Net and the Desk-Net API credentials to use this plugin. Once you have a Desk-Net account you can request the API credentials from

Installing from your WordPress Dashboard:

  1. Upload the plugin files to the /wp-content/plugins/plugin-name directory, or install the plugin through the WordPress plugins screen directly.
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ screen in WordPress
  3. The plugin label “Desk-Net” appears below the navigation item Posts.
  4. Navigate to that Desk-Net plugin and its sub-pages to connect Desk-Net with WordPress and to adjust the settings
  5. We strongly recommend you check out this support post before adjusting the settings.

ਅਕਸਰ ਪੁੱਛੇ ਜਾਂਦੇ ਸਵਾਲ

What types of users should use the Desk-Net plugin?

The plugin is directed at customers of the editorial management software Desk-Net. This tool helps medium to large editorial and content marketing teams plan and coordinate content across multiple platforms.

Do I need to be a Desk-Net customer in order to use this plugin

You do not need to be a customer to test Desk-Net and the plugin. However, after the free test phase you would need to be a paying Desk-Net customer.


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ਯੋਗਦਾਨੀ ਤੇ ਵਿਕਾਸਕਾਰ

“Desk-Net” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.


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  • Bi-directional connection between WordPress and Desk-Net
  • Post description transferred between both systems
  • Status matching
  • Publishing date and time matching
  • Category matching
  • Matching of authors based on email addresses
  • Content (text, video files, picture files, etc.) transfer from Desk-Net to WordPress
  • Exchange of URLs between both systems


  • Synchronization with the Slug feature in Desk-Net
  • Updated logic for category and status synchronization between WordPress and Desk-Net
  • Update help text


  • Updated functionality for system messages in the plugin (some messages were not displayed correctly)
  • Nginx support


  • Synchronization of the optional header field in Desk-Net


  • Filters to control Desk-Net post/story data
  • Only allow initial slug syncing


  • Support for the Gutenberg editor added


  • Real-time support of data updates for the Gutenberg editor
  • Store credentials in case of Desk-Net plugin re-activation
  • Updated WordPress statuses list on the Status Matching page
  • Updated logic for dates synchronization between WordPress and Desk-Net


  • Updated logic in Classic Editor for posts synchronization between WordPress and Desk-Net


  • Draft post date and time syncing


  • Task matching
  • Updated Notice message list
  • New logic: Category matching with custom post meta fields
  • New logic: Slug matching with custom post meta fields
  • Updated logic: Category synchronization between WordPress and Desk-Net


  • Support for the Custom post statuses


  • Improved Desk-Net block loading logic on Post Editor page


  • Global Export
  • Custom Fields matching
  • Only allow initial status syncing