Scheduling Deployment Updates?

Looping in @allenyang for some thoughts on the Bubble Front

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Anyhow good to see 11 upvotes… maybe more people can upvote it to get more attention?

How do I do that you may ask:

  1. Head over to Bubble | Build Powerful Full-Stack Apps Without Code - make sure you’re logging in
  2. Search in “Summary of Idea”: “Scheduling Deployments”
  3. Click “See More” then select “Upvote”
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Definitely want to upvote for this feature (more than once). Bubble, it would greatly add value and help your users help their users.

I must be missing something; I don’t see a way to search for ideas on the page Bubble | Build Powerful Full-Stack Apps Without Code Any direct ways to get there?

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Meaning in the input labeled, “Summary of Idea”

Thank you, @johnny. The size of my screen limited the search result information autopopulating from my view (not an intuitive UX to upvote for feature requests)

Weird…

CC: @allenyang @ethanreeder maybe a UX fix for the ideaboard?

Thanks for the support!! It surely would be a game changer and ensure our users have an uninterrupted experience.

Friendly reminder. please be sure to vote.

We’d love the ability to schedule deployment updates. For example, we could schedule them to deploy during down hours while no one is using my product.

Scheduling deployment updates would be great for SMB/Enterprise apps. Maybe start with a date/time setting and gradually add a feature where it would be based on date/time/traffic.

Vote :point_down:

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Yes!! Please!!

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18 upvotes, let’s try to make it 25?

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Monthly reminder, please make sure to upvote!

We’d love the ability to schedule deployment updates. For example, we could schedule them to deploy during down hours while no one is using our product.

Scheduling deployment updates would be great for SMB/Enterprise apps. Maybe start with a date/time setting and gradually add a feature where it would be based on date/time/traffic.

Vote :point_down:

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Plus ONE here. I’m losing signups and have a vendor on the fence because I deployed an update while he was completing a fairly long form. Dangerous.

is that the right link?

Late night updates is how we do it. I usually check the logs to make sure few or no users are active. It’s a pain. Would absolutely LOVE scheduled deployments and/or a way of deploying without forcing users to refresh the page.

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@nickc, any chance this is in the works?

It’s not in the works, but it’s being discussed internally - it’s a very reasonable request :slight_smile: Will update this thread if we decide to move forward, though I’ll admit I don’t have a lot of context on the technical considerations at this time.

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Scheduling deployments could be good, but personally I would much rather the ability to Deploy without requiring the user to refresh.

This way I can deploy and monitor the deploy in real time to make any hot fixes. Pushing an update while I am not around to watch for any potential issues can lead to bugs that don’t get fixed for a while

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A workaround is using Flusk, they have a schedule deployment feature which is really nice

Hi Nick, do you have an update on this? It’s been a few years now. It would be a fantastic feature.

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right