Is there a way to schedule hubs for publication in advance?
It would be so great to finish a draft hub and schedule it to publish on a certain date and at a specific time - is there a way to do this?
No there is not a way to do that now. It is all up to you to click "Publish."
No. You'll have to do it on your own. I'm not that organized to have Hubs lined up for future publication. I practice the "Mindful Hubness" technique. I write and publish one Hub at a time.
I ask this question because I can schedule blog posts, tweets and more to "go live" in the future.
It would be convenient to set it up ahead of time, as I sometimes prepare hubs for publication on a certain date. To know that I will have it published on the date of my choice when I press "publish" would allow me to check it off my list. I am on the road often.
I've been publishing hubs for over 4 years. Maybe someday there will be the option to schedule hubs ahead of time.
This is not a blogging or social networking site which is why the feature you are asking about isn't available.
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