Blocks editor missing feature
In the old editor, when you are about to publish a post, it shows you a calendar where the days when posts are going up are circled. I use this feature every day and it saves a lot of time when planning when I will schedule my next post.
This feature is completely missing from the block editor and is really the only thing stopping me from switching over and using all the new features.
Can you please let me know your site’s address so I can point you in the right direction of getting support?
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My site is gingerjumble.wordpress.com .
Hmm. I am seeing the option listed as expected.
Try looking at this test post that I created:
On the right side of the screen look under
Status & Visibility. Click on the blue link that says
immediately. It won’t publish the post, instead it opens up that calendar you’re looking for.
Write back and let me know if that works for you.
Thank you for your help so far. My issue hasn’t been finding the calendar.
In the Classic Editor, on the calendar the days where you already have posts going up are circled, as shown in the image:
In the Block Editor, there are no circles around the days where I have posts scheduled to go up:
It’s a very useful feature and I was hoping you could add it to the block editor.
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