I have a community of players of a particular board game and I have a very modest amount of users on my Discourse website. I’ve been trying to keep users engaged by posting as often as possible, usually once a week, and lately I’ve been having a bit of a hard time scheduling content to be published.
I post on my Staff category and then schedule it to be posted in some public category, and I space out the topics so that I ensure 1 new topic is published every week. What I would like to do is to be able to see the date the post is going to be published when I’m looking at the list of topics, but I don’t know if this is even something that is possible.
This would help me as a community manager to be able to, at a glance, see which dates already have content scheduled and then when I create a new Staff topic I know which date to add. Currently, to find out what is the latest date for which there is a post scheduled, I need to memorize the topics I scheduled and navigate to them manually and check the publishing date on each topic. This is far from ideal…
That tutorial just shows how to use the timed topic feature, which I am already doing and seems to be functioning just fine. I’m referring to the potential feature of viewing a list all timed topics, sorted by publishing date. Thanks anyway.