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The New York Times Magazine is using this week to prepare for what is looking to be inevitable for more offices: what the workflow will look like when employees are working from home because of the ongoing coronavirus outbreak.
It doesn’t seem like the transition will be straightforward for the more than 100-year-old magazine, delivered in the Sunday issue of The New York Times. “Paper-proofing” and in-person edits remain a large part of the magazine’s current process, the magazine’s editor in chief, Jake Silverstein, told staff Monday night in a memo obtained by Adweek.