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Recent Publishes Overview
The Recent Publishes report shows the last 90 days of publishes of content within a site. This report can be navigated to from Reports > Recent Publishes. From this screen users can click the linked file to preview the content. Any version description or publish notes that were added at the time of publish can be viewed from the Versions screen. PLEASE NOTE: If you try to view a file you do not have access to you will receive an error similar to "You do not have the proper permissions to read this page".
Recent Publishes Features and Functionality
The Recent Publishes report includes the following features and functionality:
- Number of recently published items
- Filtering the recent publish list by File, User, Publish Type, and Target
- Ability to export to report to CSV
- Sorting by the available columns: File Type, File, User, Publish Type, Target, and Date
- Shows the icon for the file type
- Includes a link to preview the page, which is linked from the file path/name
- Shows the user who published the page
- Shows the Publish Type, such as a scheduled publish, a file publish, etc.
- Shows the target server to which the page was published
- Shows the date and time of the publish
The available publish types include:
- File Publish: A file was manually published by a user
- Scheduled Publish: A file was published as the result of a scheduled publish
- Site Publish: Shown when an administrator has performed a site publish
- Content Expiration: Shown when a file has been expired
- Content Recycled: Shown when a file was sent to the recycle bin
- Content Reverted: Shown when a file has been reverted on staging, but not yet published
- Content Deleted
- Content Republished
- Find and Replace Publish
- Upload: Shown when a binary file is uploaded to staging
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Note: documents in Excel format (XLS) require Microsoft Viewer,
Note: documents in Word format (DOC) require Microsoft Viewer,
Note: documents in Powerpoint format (PPT) require Microsoft Viewer,
Note: documents in Quicktime Movie format [MOV] require Apple Quicktime,