Scheduling posts in WordPress can be very easy at times but scheduling multiple drafts at once can be time-consuming.
Bulk scheduling helps have several articles ready to be published that you want to be sent out at specific intervals.
This article serves as a guideline to users who want to know how to easily bulk schedule posts in WordPress.
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How To Bulk Schedule Posts On WordPress.
One of the best plugins to carry out this task is the Auto Post Scheduler. To install this plugin, simply head to the plugin section from the WordPress dashboard and click on add new.
In the search box made available insert the name of the plugin and then click on install to complete the installation of the plugin. Do not forget to activate the new plugin.
Once installed simply go to the settings menu to configure the newly added plugin. The plugin comes with some featured settings which allow for the maximization of satisfaction to the user in terms of configuring the posts.
The plugin has an auto post schedule feature; which allows the user to dictate the maximum amount of time a previous post would last before a new one comes in. This could be seconds, hours, or days.
The” refresh on publishing” feature allows for the refreshment of older posts by adding a new date to them. It also has a limit check feature that allows users to limit posts which may be according to the author, categories, post types, and many more.
It allows users to also post on certain days at a specific time range. It also allows the user to select days in which you don’t want to post using the “Do not schedule on duties” option.
After you are done with your configurations click on the update options. Do not forget to enable the auto post scheduler plugin.
To set your changes into motion simply head to posts from the WordPress dashboard and choose the ready posts. Simply edit them and put them as ” pending reviews”. Then click on update
Once this is done the posts selected are the ones that will be scheduled out next. From this article hope you have found out that it is easy to schedule multiple posts at a time on WordPress.
You can Schedule your WordPress Posts by using the Status and Visibility options in the left sidebar (for block editor).
Tap on the Settings Button > Posts > Publish > Click on ‘Immediately’, then select the date you wish to publish.
For Bulk Scheduling, you should implore the help of the Auto Post Scheduler Plugin, amd then follow the steps listed in this article.
The Auto Post Scheduler can be used for free forever, but it does have a premium option that promises more functionality and stability.
The Free Version of the Auto Post Scheduler Plugin can be downloaded and installed from the WordPress Repository and I believe you can upgraden to the pro version via the Plugin’s dashboard.
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With that, you must have understood that Bulk Scheduling Posts in WordPress is relatively easy if you use the Auto Posts Scheduler Plugin.
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