Originally suggested by CelticWolf#4022
For our weekly events, we want to post the event an hour before the call starts to remind people that the event will start. Instead, it is automatically posted at the end of each call (and then a week passes before the call happens). Is this on the near term? It would be AMAZING help!
I have events that are set to occur on a three week schedule. So week one it happens on Sun/Thus, week two on Mon/Fri, and week three on Tues. I set them up to be recurring every three weeks, but they post all out of order right now instead of chronologically, since I can't control when the next event should post. Would be great if we could have an option for how long before the start of the event it posts in regard to recurring events.
Would be great if we had the option to schedule event posts - set them up at a specific time and let sesh post at midnight, for example.
Sometimes I'll have an idea for the next event before the upcoming one has started. The problem with adding a new one at this time is that it appears before the current event has started. I don't want to give off the impression that the new event is more important than the upcoming one, nor risk people not seeing the first event.
If we could schedule the discord post for the event that would make things clearer for my server members.
Currently, recurring events are automatically posted 1 hour after the previous event begins. Allow users to set when to post the new event so that the post doesn't get buried by the time the event date gets closer.