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Scheduled blogpost postet 9,5 hours too late

I scheduled a blogpost to be published 18/1/2023 at 10 AM. The post was published 18/1/2023 at 7.32 PM.

Which time zone is the scheduler using?

My own time zone is UTC+1 which is set on my pc and our Confluence instance.

Anyone having a solution for this?

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Hi @Anne Marie Lund Ohm 

In Confluence we don't have any option to set a default time zone for the users, as it was taking the current user time zone.

https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/CONFCLOUD-16057

https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/CONFSERVER-16057

It seems it was taken from the region where your confluence is hosted, If it on-premise application then check with your confluence administrator  about this issue. If it is Atlassian cloud then raise a ticket to Atlassian by visiting https://support.atlassian.com

Thank you.

Thank you. It's cloud, so I will raise a ticket.

Oh, it seems like we with our Standard Plan don't have access to support. So I can just conclude it is not working and hope it will be fixed at some point...

No, Standard Subscription also covers support option from Atlassian.

https://www.atlassian.com/software/confluence/pricing Check this article at bottom of the page.

Strange. When we type in our url in the required field, we are not allowed to go any further with the ticket as if we are a free user (which we are not).

Because you might not be the organization administrator, please check who is your org admin and ask to raise a support ticket.

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