I’m Lingyang Zhu, a frontend engineer on the Confluence Cloud team, and I’m excited to share a new enhancement to publishing Confluence pages and blogs!
You can now schedule your page or blog to publish on a specific date and time in the future!
Select Schedule publish from the More actions (•••) menu.
Then choose a date a time and select Schedule - that’s it!
You can then safely close the page or blog, and it will be published on the date and at the time you set.
💡Note: Pages and blogs can be scheduled whether it’s the first version of the content or the 100th edit to the page.
No worries if you have to make edits to a page or blog that is scheduled to publish later. The most recent version will be published when the scheduled publish time arrives.
You can also check or make modifications to the scheduled date and time by selecting the Scheduled button.
How do I know that a page or blog is scheduled?
Once schedule is set, a PUBLISH SCHEDULED tag will appear next to the page or blog in the Recent menu in the global navigation.
For a page that has been published before, the PUBLISH SCHEDULED tag will show up in page view above the page title, and when you hover over the tag, you can see the scheduled date and time.
This feature is currently still rolling out so if you don’t see it on your Confluence Cloud instance today, it should come to your site soon. We hope you enjoy it! Please leave any feedback below in the comments and stay tuned for more features coming soon!
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