Use the Search Posts module (as suggested by @Runcorn) with the Before and After dates using calculated dates (see the addDays function and the now variable.
Use the Watch Posts module to search for all posts published since the last time you ran this scenario. Make sure to right-click on the module and select “Choose where to start” and the “From now on” the first time. If the scenario is scheduled to run weekly, it will pick up all Posts in the last week.
It would be super cool if you’d be open to writing this up this use-case (including a little background on yourselves) for the Community
If so, please reach our to our Community Manager @Michaela !
It would also be very cool if you were interested in listing it in your own Community. We’re keen to show WordPress users what we can do
One last ask - if you’re feeling positive, a nice review of Make’s WordPress plugin would be awesome. We’ve put a lot of work in to fix some of the older problems, but the review ratings still reflect those issues and we’re keen to see that reverted!
Thanks for getting back to us our company is open to being listed for the usage case.
@Michaela can send us a private message if she is interested in taking more information about our company and usage background. We’re using make.com for multiple automation scenarios!
We wrote a review on WordPress.org for your service, as we are really happy with the assistance so far.
One suggestion for improvement: the support through email wasn’t really helpful: Milo B. just replied with the suggestion to hire a company to assist with such a basic scenario and linked me with one of your partnered websites.
Also, the make.com team on the forum of Discourse became void, while users are REALLY interested in using your services to automate their processes.