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  • I know how to schedule the publication of a new page or post for sometime in the future, but does anybody know of a way to schedule the updating of an existing page for sometime in the future? Like at 5:00am when my company’s press releases need to go live? : (

    Right now I can schedule the release itself to go live at that time, but need to crawl out of bed to manually update the home page, press release archive page, etc.

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  • greg,

    Are you using a static home page and then have to manually update it?

    Otherwise, a published post usually automatically appears on the home page.

    Hi,
    Just wanted to ask the same question really – is it possible to schedule the update of a static page?

    Thanks.
    Jon

    hey Greg, did you ever find a solution to this?

    thanks,
    Atg

    This would be a great feature to have.

    I’ve created a theme which uses custom taxonomies and custom fields to give editors control over where and how posts are displayed. However it means getting new content on the home page requires a lot of custom taxonomies being shuffled around in predictable ways. Being able to schedule this would be wonderful.

    I created a feature request ticket for this: http://core.trac.wordpress.org/ticket/10834

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