Follow our step by step guide below to quickly and easily schedule your posts now:
Schedule a post using the Website 💻:
Step 1: Connect the account you want to schedule posts for. Click on the social platform the account is associated with and follow the authentication flow.
Note: All permissions need to be selected in order to successfully authenticate for publishing.
Having trouble?? - follow the guide here.
Once connected, you can go ahead and start to schedule posts for that account. You have two options:
If you would like to schedule a post to be published instantly:
Step 2: a) Click the 'Compose' button
If you would like to schedule a post ahead of the publish date:
Step 2: b) Hover over the specific date and click the 'schedule a post' link.
Step 3: Choose which account you would like to post to.
Step 4: Add your awesome post content in the box and select the date + time you'd like to publish.
Not ready to schedule? No problem, you can save your content as a draft.
Note: Some things to be aware of when creating your content:
Step 5: Select the date and time you'd like the post to be scheduled for and click 'Schedule'. Alternatively, if you would like to publish now - leave the date and time blank then click the 'Publish Now' button
Note: If you would like to Customize the content per platform, Click 'Customize By Platform'
Step 6: Post successfully scheduled 🎉 If you want to change the day, simply drag and drop the post to the new date.
Schedule a post using the Mobile APP📱:
Step 1: Ensure you have connected and selected the account you want to schedule to
Step 2: Click on the 'Compose' button OR the '+' on the bottom right
Step 3: Add in your content and click 'Next'
Note: If you would like to add images, you will need to click allow on the pop up.
Step 4: Select the date and time, then click 'Confirm & Schedule'
Step 5: Post successfully scheduled 🎉.
Note: Your IG post will live under the 'Scheduled' tab and will auto-publish on your scheduled date. For Creator accounts or carousel posts, you will receive a notification when it's ready to publish. Why?