SchedulePress PRO comes with several advanced features to boost your content planning strategy. One of these features is the Auto Scheduler, which allows you to automate your content by auto scheduling your WordPress posts.
How To Configure Auto Scheduler In SchedulePress #
First, you must have the free version of SchedulePress installed and activated. Afterwards, you will need to purchase SchedulePress PRO as the Auto Scheduler is a premium feature, and activate it on your website.
Once this is done, follow the steps given below to use Auto Scheduler for your WordPress posts.
Step 1: Activate Auto Schedule Feature In SchedulePress #
Go to your WordPress dashboard and navigate to SchedulePress→ Settings and click on the ‘Manage Schedule’ tab as shown below. Then, toggle the ‘Auto Schedule’ option at the very top to turn on this feature.
Step 2: Choose Your Preferred Timing For Auto Scheduling #
Now, set the number of posts you want to schedule for each day of the week. It can be any number of your choosing. You can also set ‘Start Time’ & ‘End Time’ for auto scheduling your content. Make sure to click on the ‘Save Settings’ button when you are done.
How To Use Auto Scheduler With Gutenberg Editor #
Once you have configured and set up the Auto Scheduler, you can start automating your WordPress posts instantly. To do this with the Gutenberg Editor, click on the ‘Post’ tab on your right side bar and check the ‘Schedule at___” checkbox as shown below. After making sure that this box has been checked, simply click on the blue ‘Schedule’ button to automatically schedule your post.
How To Use Auto Scheduler With Classic Editor #
To use the Auto Scheduler with Classic Editor, simply check the ‘Schedule at___” checkbox on your right sidebar as shown below. Afterwards click on the blue ‘Schedule’ button to automatically schedule your post.
By following these simple steps you can use the Auto Scheduler feature from SchedulePress and automate your content in advance.