I'm assessing WordPress for a short story blog. The blog is to chart my journey as a writer. To this end, I'm looking to post a short story and then, perhaps months/years later, post a revision that (hopefully) will be better. When a reader views a short story post, they should see the latest version but then also have access to previous published versions.
Having done some searching, I have become aware of revisions. From what I understand, these are created via clicking 'Save as Draft' or Publishing. I've seen this question: How can we publish revisions of a post, in addition to showing the latest post?
I have two considerations:
- It seems if I 'Save as Draft' too many times, I could push out previously Published versions?
- Is there a way to identify just Published versions and show them only?
Any guidance would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.