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How to Schedule Your Posts in WordPress Step by Step

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Do you know that WordPress allows you to schedule your posts to be published later? This is an incredibly useful feature that not everyone knows about in WordPress. In this video, we will show you how to use WordPress scheduled posts.

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Once you have a post that you’re ready to schedule to go live on your site, you will want to go into the document settings for the post, and under Status & visibility, we would want to click the word Immediately next to Publish.

This will bring up a small calendar where you can customize when you would like the post to go live or you can set the date to the past to have it show as published at a previous date. If you have an SEO plugin or similar you may have a notification that you are scheduling the post instead of publishing it as well.

Should you be using the classic editor, in the top-right of a post there should be a similar interface where you can edit Immediately to the date of your preference.

If your posts are not going live when you plan them to then don’t forget to check under Settings, General as that is where you set the time zone that your site is using.

Lastly, if you prefer you can save as a draft to unschedule the post so you can set it to go live once you are ready.

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Mazi

Mazi has nine years of web development experience with the past five years spent honing his skills with WordPress plugins and themes. He's an expert in WooCommerce and is the author of the Simple Sales Tax plugin, a popular sales tax compliance solution for WooCommerce. Brett understands the importance of excellent communication, prides himself on producing high-quality code, and is comfortable working solo or as part of a team.

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