Ability to Filter CMS Items by Time (Scheduled Posts)

It would be nice to be able to filter CMS items by time, not just the date, so that we can get closer to fully scheduled posts. Right now, I can only filter by showing items based on "Today." This seems to show all posts for today and earlier regardless of time. Editors need to be able to publish blog posts at specific times. This is control that they are used to with other CMS platforms. It manages visitor interaction throughout the day, enables planning blog post releases with newsletter releases, and allows for review based blogs to adhere to strict embargo rules.

  • Brandon McKay
  • Aug 4 2018
  • Reviewed
  • Adrian Taropa commented
    9 Feb 07:39pm

    Yup, we need this, otherwise event websites are going to end up looking pretty stupid showing the event that passed that day in upcoming.

  • Ana Silva commented
    28 Nov, 2023 04:17pm

    I'm also having the same problem. I want to change the state of an agenda item depending on the time. This project that I'm currently working on is about a conference agenda, where users will be mostly using this during the conference. It would be nice to have a state for the past, the current and the future items (3 collections).

  • Aleks Haugom commented
    13 Jul, 2023 08:29pm

    I'm trying to create an embargoed press release that I can make available for members of the press by sharing a direct link, however, I do not want the announcement to go live for the public in a CMS list until the designated time.

  • Dharmapala Admin commented
    10 Feb, 2023 10:48am

    I can't stress how important this feature would be for us. We run many events a day and want them to disappear when they end so that it's clear on our events page what the next event is. I am having to use a zapier + google sheets workaround which is too technical for my colleagues to manage. Could there be an update on when this feature will be added?

  • Daniel Kaiser commented
    4 Nov, 2022 01:22pm

    Yes please! :)

  • Admin Musikschule commented
    19 Nov, 2021 02:18pm

    Here's an example: I want to be able to filter CMS items that have dates from the years 2015 to 2020. Right now I have to calculate back and readjust the filter settings regularly to achieve this. Thats painful!

  • Devin Mooers commented
    29 Jan, 2019 07:36pm

    +3 for this. I'm trying to hide products that are reserved in someone else's cart (Ticketmaster-style) for a certain number of minutes or hours, not days.

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