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Schedule posts and mismatch Publication time-stamp at the latest topics list


  • neon67
    Participant

    @neon67

    I use the post publication schedule.
    All new posts are displayed through the tracker “latest topics” at my main page.
    Ок, the schedule publication, for example, at 14 00, appears at 14 00 in the tracker . But it does not appear at the top, the time-stamp will be lower. For example, at 8: 00, displaying the real creation time for the schedule.

    Is’s solvable?
    May be there are special plugins or life hacks?

    Please advise – how to solve this problem.

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  • Robin W
    Moderator

    @robin-w

    is this related to bbpress ?


    neon67
    Participant

    @neon67

    Yes, fully.
    Schedule post = new topic in the forum branch, tracker = [bbp-topic-index]


    Robin W
    Moderator

    @robin-w

    so what is the post publication schedule ? wordpress delayed publishing or a plugin?


    neon67
    Participant

    @neon67

    And wordpress and ‘add new topic’ delayed publishing well.

    The problem in generating [bbp-topic-index] – timestamp and rank in the tracker appears according to the real writing of the post, not top.
    ——-
    Example: at 8: 00 I create a new topic for posting on the forum at 14: 00.
    At 14 00 the topic published, appears at the list of topics, but with the upper rank and timestamp as 8 00, not top.

    how to fix this?


    neon67
    Participant

    @neon67

    Unfortunately, the problem not solved.
    Scheduled topics are published, but appear in the list of topics with the first save date (not with the time of the delayed publication).

    Have an idea to use a some outside buffer for publishing. Is there such a remote plugin scheduler? Something like posting via email-just schedule a date in the mail-client. But works for the blog, not for bbpress.


    Robin W
    Moderator

    @robin-w

    ok, let me take a further look


    Robin W
    Moderator

    @robin-w

    this is more complicated than it as first looks, as there is forum data that needs updating

    but as a start

    function rew_status_transitions( $post ) {
    	if ( $post->post_type == 'topic') {
    		//update the post meta
    		update_post_meta ($post->ID, '_bbp_last_active_time' , $post->post_date) ;
    	}
    	 
    }
    add_action(  'future_to_publish',  'rew_status_transitions', 10, 1 );

    neon67
    Participant

    @neon67

    Thank very much for your concern.
    I’ll report the results as soon as I test it.


    Robin W
    Moderator

    @robin-w

    it really needs to also update the forum latest activity – I’ll try and look at that as well

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