I recently posted a thread in the group Web Managers/Content Editors Creating site update ticklers in Drupal?. Someone suggested Workflow might do the trick. Hopefully, this would serve as a use case.
We have some content which, depending on which page it appears on, would be worded slightly differently. In any case, it would be incorporated into the body text.
I would like to create a workflow called, for instance, Permanent Route Change, which would remind me to check three particular existing nodes to see whether they need to be changed and track whether they have been updated or else approved not to need updating, as well as let me create an article announcing the change.
That, to me, is a workflow, but as it is not defined in terms of roles, I'm not sure whether the Workflow module would handle it.
Similarly, I might want one page to watch another page for changes. Stated in terms of a workflow, the workflow would be that whenever I changed a page, Drupal would check whether any other pages were watching it (or perhaps it would be a mutual watch) so that if node 132 or node 123 were changed, the workflow would automatically take me to the other to review whether that page needed changes either.
Of course, the ideal would be that prose content was not duplicated with minor variations across the website, but the reality is that we get such requests for duplication and near-duplication with some neccessary variation.
Anyway, is this something Workflow would or could handle?