Here's an idea. Since we are having contests where our hub must be published in a certain time frame, it would be adventageous if there was a mechanism that we could use to put in the day we want it published and program it beforehand.
I am going on vacation and have a few written for the upcoming contest. You all know how it is on vacation - you forget even what day it is sometimes getting so busy seeing people and places.
I would really appreciate being able to schedule my hubs for publication on a certain day. What do you think?
I think this should be published under "report a problem or suggest a new feature" forum
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