Post Expirator is Now Called PublishPress Future

The Post Expirator plugin allows you to choose an “expire” date for WordPress posts. The plugin has over 100,000 users and has been working reliably for years.

We're delighted to say that Post Expirator is now part of PublishPress and it has new name: “PublishPress Future”.

Our aim is to help you succeed as a WordPress publisher, and so we acquired this plugin because of your suggestions. PublishPress users kept asking how to add an expiration date to content.

The new name “Future” reflects our goals for the plugin. In upcoming releases, we hope to expand the plugin's features so you can schedule many other types of changes to your WordPress site. The new header image on WordPress.org reflects this new name 🙂

See the PublishPress Future listing on WordPress.org.

Future Header
Future Header

PublishPress Future joins this line-up of professional publishing plugins:

  1. PublishPress Authors
  2. PublishPress Blocks
  3. PublishPress Capabilities
  4. PublishPress Checklists
  5. PublishPress Future
  6. PublishPress
  7. PublishPress Permissions
  8. PublishPress Revisions
  9. PublishPress Series

Author

  • Steve Burge

    Steve is the founder of PublishPress. He's been working with open source software for over 20 years. Originally from the UK, he now lives in Sarasota in the USA. This profile is generated by the PublishPress Authors plugin.

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