WordPress Quirk – October 28, 2020

I will schedule a post and go looking for it in the Schedule folder and not find it as a scheduled post. When I check Draft, the post is often there. This happens a bit more than I like, somewhere between 10 – 25% of the time. I am to the point now where I always check to make sure the post is showing as scheduled. If it’s not, I check the Draft folder. I learned to refresh the Schedule folder several times as sometimes a post won’t show up there for a bit.

This is getting to be a pain. I shouldn’t have to check the Draft folder when I schedule a post. It’s not helpful that some posts in the Schedule folder don’t show up with multiple refreshes. With the Classic Editor, I never noticed this happening. I would file a complaint with the Happiness Engineers, but from other bloggers who filed complaints, they get standard answers: clear cookies and cache, reboot your computer, and other things that I try on a regular basis. I would love to switch from WordPress, but that comes at a cost that isn’t worth it to me.

I regularly clear cookies and cache as my 4 GB RAM laptop tends to slow way down if I don’t do it several times a day using CCleaner. I want to get a new laptop, but I don’t have the extra money right now. I am curious if anyone else is having the same issue with WordPress?

About ICT Genealogist

Originally from Gulfport, Mississippi. Live in Wichita, Kansas now. I suffer Bipolar I, ultra-ultra rapid cycling, mixed episodes. Blog on a variety of topics - genealogy, DNA, mental health, among others. Let's collaborateDealspotr.com
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