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Scheduling Posts

Many of you have figured this out by now, but I'm sure there are a handful of you out there who don't know that you can schedule a post to publish at a later date. Scheduling a post every now and then may prove to be very helpful to you.

To schedule a post:

1. Write your post.

2. Proofread it.

3. Click on Save Now.

4. Click on Post Options (located at the bottom of the 'edit post' page. Circled in blue below.)



5. Enter in the time and date that you would like your post published (circled in red above).

6. Click Publish Post.

7. Check that your post is set to be scheduled at the right time and date.

8. Your post will publish automatically at that date and time. Too cool!

You can also change the dates of old posts, too.

Happy Blogging! :)

10 comments:

Tiffany said...

I just recently figured this out. I'm going to follow this blog because you've got really great tips! Thanks!

Momisodes said...

Love this idea for a blog! Thank you so much for sharing your tips. Visiting via Jenners :)

Dani said...

THANK YOU I wondered about this because I'm going out of town next week. Thanks TONS!

monstergirlee said...

I am so happy to find your blog! I found your link from Jenners. Great stuff, and I like the categories. I'm mostly a beginner but can do some of the intermediate stuff I think.
Excellent. Thank you!

Jessica said...

Hey!
Thanks for all this information! This is really helpful! especially when you're a beginner in blogging!

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Kekibird said...

Thanks for this tip! Never realized this option and I love it!

Dragonfly Treasure said...

Cool!! thank you!
*hugs*deb

Penny said...

Is there any way to schedule a post and make it recurring? For example, a daily/weekly/monthly giveaway or reminder.

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Jill @ Sneaky Momma said...

Hi Penny! The only way I can think of how to do that would be to copy and paste the post into several individual posts, then schedule the posts to publish on future dates. :)

Tonya said...

Hi Jill, Is there a way to schedule a post without it showing up in google reader for your followers to see?