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Wordpress.com and Scheduled Posts

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Hello,

Wordpress.com provides an option to schedule posts so that they are published at a future date. We would like to see a record of the post history to determine which posts/pages were scheduled and if their publish date was changed.  Is there a way to determine this once they've been published?
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Only the post date and current status is stored in the database. So there wouldn't be a way to see the history after they publish. It saves revisions when the posts/pages are edited, but I don't think this will be helpful for a date history.
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As Dyznit said, you might be able to do this on a self-hosted WordPress site by looking at revision histories but there is no way to do this on a Wordpress.com site as you are locked out of the databases.
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