The ability to schedule posts in WordPress is a great way to regulate content output and timing. In case you have a lot of articles waiting to go live, publishing them in a single go may not be the best approach. Hence this tutorial shows two easy ways to implement scheduled posts in WordPress:
Using inbuilt dashboard tools
Through WordPress plugins
How to Schedule Posts in WordPress via Dashboard
The first way to schedule a WordPress post would be using the inbuilt tool provided in the post editor.
Here’s how to schedule posts in WordPress:
Navigate to Posts › Add New section;
On the right upper side, you will see the Publish menu, where you can alter the publishing time.
Click the Edit button and define the desired publish date down to minutes, hours, days, month, and year.
Once finished, click the Schedule button and your post will be published on the specified time.
That’s all! You’ve successfully scheduled a post in WordPress.
How to Schedule Posts in WordPress via Plugins
While the above-mentioned method is effective enough to schedule WordPress posts, you can take it one step further and use plugins to gain extra functionality. Here are a few notable plugins and their key features:
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