Schedule a Page
You can schedule pages to automatically publish themselves at any time in the future. If you want to remove an already published page and automatically republish it at a specific time/date in the future, the directions are the same.
Scheduling a Page
In the menu to the left of the page editor, click the calendar icon on the blue Publish button.
Using the calendar that appears, select the future date/time you’d like the page to publish.
Tips for using this calendar:
- Use the left/right arrows to change the month
- Change the year by moving your cursor over the year, then click on the arrows that appear
- Click on any day in the calendar to select it
- Adjust the time using the two inputs at the bottom
- Your site will publish based it’s time zone setting. You’ll see a not at the bottom (like the one above) if you are writing from a different time zone.
You can also edit the date and time manually at the top of the calendar.
You can edit the existing date and time, or replace them completely by typing commands like “Tomorrow” or “Next Monday at noon” and pressing return or enter on your keyboard. The calendar is smart, and will turn these commands into properly formatted dates and times whenever possible. Double check that the date and time are correct, and you’re good to go!
As soon as you set a future date or time, the Publish button will change to say Schedule and a checkmark will appear on the calendar button.
When looking at the calendar, the currently selected date will be indicated with a blue dot, and today’s date will have an orange circle around it.
Tip: Always double check the date at the top of this calendar before clicking publish, and verify the correctly says AM or PM
Once you have selected the correct date and time, click Schedule. This will schedule the page, and the button will now say Update. You will also see the page status change from Draft or Draft Saved to Scheduled.
Click Schedule. At the exact date/time you set, your page will automatically be published for visitors to see.