As per best practices (https://blog.hubspot.com/marketing/guide-to-updating-republishing-blogging-content-ht), we periodically revamp/update old blogs and republish with a new publish date. We use the Hubspot feature that automatically generates a new monthly blog digest to our subscribers for all blogs posted in the previous month; however, any republished blogs don't appear (so I feel it's a missed opportunity to re-communicate). As per the link above, it's recommended to manually email subscribers with new update; however, I would prefer if there was a field or option we can 'check' when we change the publish date to indicate that we want the revised blog to appear in the digest (vs having to do it manually). Hopefully I'm not the only one that would find this helpful!
Thanks for submitting this suggestion! My team will be making a change that will address this and a related issue where it's not clear to users if/when a social media post will be published when backdating blog posts. It's hard to say exactly when this update will happen, but I expect it will be within the next 6 months or so. I'll be sure to update this thread when I know more.
All the best,
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