Good news everyone!
We’ve just released a new Strapi version with the Draft&Publish feature
From now on, you will be able to:
- Save your content as drafts, edit and publish it whenever you want. The content won’t be available through the API unless you pass a specific parameter into the URL.
- Work more efficiently with your teammates by setting author and editor roles and sharing the publishing rights with the necessary people
- Use Strapi as a single content hub where you can write, edit, format, publish and unpublish content
- Enable the Draft&Publish feature only for the necessary content types. You can turn it off in the advanced content type settings.
Here’s the changelog for more details. Update your Strapi version to try the feature out!
We’d love to hear your feedback about these updates.
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The Strapi team
Is there a migration guide we can follow?
There’s no migration guide for this release, you only need to upgrade your Strapi version to 3.2.
Here’s an Update Guide which may help you do that
Do note that if you used a
published_at field in some of your models or did follow the Scheduled publication guide and used a
published_at field, you do need to migrate.
Use the ‘Migration guide from 3.1.x to 3.2.x’ migration guide:
Works great for new pages, should the draft mode also work for individual components? Was that left out on purpose?
I hope in the next release scheduled publication can be done in the admin panel without digging into the code