Schedule button in editor view
In edit mode you see a new button "scheduled", which enables you to time-schedule the publishing of your blog post
Define when a blog post will be published
- Define date and time when your post should be published
- Define date via calendar picker
- A short URL, which is valid after the post is published, is supplied
Overview of scheduled content
Users can manage their own scheduled content. But space administrators and Confluence administrators can manage scheduled content of a space resp. of the entire Confluence instance as well.
- Open the user menu in the top right
- Click on "Scheduled Content"
- Open the space administration
- Click the "Scheduled Content" under "General"
- Open the Confluence administration
- Click the "Scheduled Content" under "Administration"
Manage scheduled content
In the scheduled content overview you can perform the following actions:
- Edit - allows you to change your scheduled content
- Publish - publish the blog post now
- Remove - delete the scheduled content
- Attachemnts - allows you to manage the labels of the attachments. SINCE 2.4.0
Overview of scheduled content attachments
Since version 2.4.0 it's possible to manage the labels of attachments of scheduled content. This can be useful in conjunction with macros that make use of attachment labels (e.g. the Top Stories Slider or the Blog Posts & Pages macros).
If scheduled content has attachments, a link to list the attachment is shown in the overview.
In the attachment overview, attachment labels can be added or removed.
Since version 2.4.0 of the Content Scheduler, the add-on contains a "Dark Feature" which allows you to delete attachments of scheduled blog posts. If you are using Confluence 5.7 or newer, you can enable this "Dark Feature".
Content-Scheduler Plugin (Documentation)
Content Scheduler FAQ (Documentation)
Schedule content - a quick guide (Documentation)
Content Scheduler permissions (Documentation)
Content Scheduler REST API (Documentation)
Content-Scheduler Plugin v.3.0.0 (Documentation)
Content-Scheduler Plugin v.2.4.6 (Documentation)