General Add default current timestamp to Laravel migration Jun 7, 2021 Editorial Staff Share Tweet Share Adding a default current timestamp, in MySql via Laravel migration. $table->timestamp('created_at')->default(DB::raw('CURRENT_TIMESTAMP')); Did this post help you? Tutsplanet brings in-depth and easy tutorials to understand even for beginners. This takes a considerable amount of work. If this post helps you, please consider supporting us as a token of appreciation: Just want to thank us? Buy us a Coffee May be another day? Shop on Amazon using our links. Your prices won't change but we get a small commission.