After you have completed creating your draft, it's time to publish. Your company will publish a lot of content often. Managing the publishing workflow is very efficient in Content. You can choose from several publishing workflows.
The process of publishing content, pages, or assets is as simple as clicking Publish. You then select Immediately for the Publishing schedule. If you're making a quick update, this is all you'll need to do when publishing content and assets.
Note: There can be a slight delay in the publication process before your changes are visible on a website or app.
Publishing jobs track the progress of any items that are being published. You can keep track of all the publishing activity on the Publishing > Activity page. You can view pending and recently published jobs. The errors tab displays a list of publishing jobs that couldn't be published for some reason.
There are times when you don't want an update to go live immediately. You can use scheduled publishing to control when a set of updates is published. Scheduled publishing is available only for individual content items and assets. Website pages or landing pages cannot be scheduled for publishing.
Manager or admin users are responsible for creating scheduled publishing routines and events. To create routines and events, go to Publishing > Schedules.
Composers can choose to select a publishing event or the next publishing routine. Their updates publish alongside all the other updates in the same publishing schedule.
A publishing routine is a recurring schedule. For example, you can create a publishing routine to publish content every day at 8 pm or 4 am every Sunday.
You can create, delete, edit, and view all routines from the Routines page.
To create a routine event, click Create routine.
- Provide a name to help identify the routine schedule.
- Select how the publishing routine should repeat. For example, is it every day, on the weekends, or selected days?
- Choose a time for when the publishing should occur.
- Select a date for when the routine should end.
One time events
You can create a publishing event to publish multiple changes at the same date and time. Composers select the next scheduled event to publish content at their chosen time.
You can create, delete, edit, and view all routines from the One time events page.
If an item has a pending status, it means that it has been queued for publishing. Pending items will be published on the next scheduled publishing event or routine.
You can keep adding items to a publishing job as long as it is not on hold or published yet. You can also place the publishing job on hold. Choose a different publishing event or routine for a different schedule. You can also immediately publish the items by clicking the publishing date.
Restore a previously published version
Published versions display in the history view of content items and assets. When you click Make current from one of the listed versions, a new draft is created. You can now edit and publish that version of the content item or asset.
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