Strapi Draft & Publish feature is available in the v3.2 release ๐Ÿ™Œ

Good news everyone!

Weโ€™ve just released a new Strapi version with the Draft&Publish feature :confetti_ball:

From now on, you will be able to:

  • Save your content as drafts, edit and publish it whenever you want. The content wonโ€™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.

Hereโ€™s the changelog for more details. Update your Strapi version to try the feature out!

Weโ€™d love to hear your feedback about these updates.
Share with us what you think in this thread :hugs:

Cheers :beers:
The Strapi team

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Is there a migration guide we can follow?

Thereโ€™s no migration guide for this release, you only need to upgrade your Strapi version to 3.2.
Hereโ€™s an Update Guide which may help you do that :slightly_smiling_face:

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 โ€˜Migration guide from 3.1.x to 3.2.xโ€™ migration guide:

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Works great for new pages, should the draft mode also work for individual components? Was that left out on purpose?

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