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  • Hi,
    So you are publishing from the backend (/wp-admin) and set the publication date (the WordPress one) in e.g. 3 days and it appears immediately? For the test make sure to put some days in the future, not just hours.

    If the post appears immediately then you have an issue with your Theme or another plugin that is not respecting the standard WordPress way of working. So you would have to switch to a standard theme and/or start deactivating plugins that could have an influence.


    cassel
    Participant

    @cassel

    Thank you. It works now. I am not sure what I was doing different or wrong before, but now, it is ok.


    cassel
    Participant

    @cassel

    As I am delegating this task of scheduling topics, I noticed that it would be under my assistant’s name and not mine. I see a box on the right side with Author Information, but it only has an ID number and I am not sure where to get the ID number for each user we want to assign any forum post to.

    Can someone point me to the right place?


    Pascal Casier
    Moderator

    @casiepa

    What editor do you use? The Classic one or Gutenberg?


    cassel
    Participant

    @cassel

    The Classic.


    cassel
    Participant

    @cassel

    Just to add some complications, now, if I want to schedule a topic, I don’t have the box for Author’s information anymore. Even when I look at the screen options, that is not even an option. Strangely, older topics do show that box.

    The only thing I remember doing since last time I scheduled a topic is that I added a captcha to the BuddyPress registration page (because I was getting hundreds of spam registrations). I cannot see that affecting the Author’s information display.

    Any idea what might be happening?

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