- Strapi Version: 3.4.6
- Operating System: Windows 10 (installed vis WSL2)
- Database: postgres
- Node Version: 12.18.1
- NPM Version: 6.14.5
- Yarn Version: 1.22.10
I am aware that there is a “draft and publish” feature within Strapi, however this works similar to an enabled/disabled or available/unavailable state.
We need a live published page and a draft page to sit in tandem.
A homepage / landing page of a website is usually quite flexible and the content can be moved/edited around most of the page.
The marketing department may want to build out the page in preparation for a big launch of something but then save this as “draft” (while the current content is saved and live) and then release the draft on a specific date.
Being able to preview a draft state
The current “draft and publish feature” doesn’t accomplish this as it simply turns the page “on” and “off”.
The only way I can think of solving this is by changing the homepage into a collection not a single type, and then having a field to say which one should be the live homepage.
This isn’t ideal, but it would work.
Has anyone else ran into a similar problem, and how did you solve this?
How can I have a live published page, while also saving draft content to view on a preview url (using something like next preview) and replace live content at a later date?