You don’t need any extra plugin to schedule posts in the WordPress because it is an inbuilt feature.
If you manage to write 4,5, or more posts in a day and you don’t want to publish all of them at that time then you can either save them to draft and publish it when the right time comes.
In WordPress, you can easily schedule and unscheduled the posts.
1. Schedule posts
- Write your new blog post or either open your saved post from Draft. Then, go to Publish section and click on Edit following with Publish immediately text.
- After clicking on Edit you see Date time option visible on the screen from their set Date time when you actually want to publish and click on Ok Button
- When you click Ok then you see Schedule Button instead of Publish click on it.
- Your post is now scheduled successfully, it automatically gets published on your set time.
2. Unschedule a Scheduled Post
- But what if you want to Unschedule your scheduled post in future, for this, you didn’t find any Unschedule Button.
- Go to your Post Edit mode which you scheduled and within Publish section in the top right you see your Schedule Date time.
- Click on Edit following with Schedule for, here Update your set date time or clicks Cancel Button and then click on Update.
Schedule posts make your life little easier you didn’t need to login to account every time for hitting a Publish Button.
It is an inbuilt feature of WordPress which makes it lots easier.
If you publish your every post on a particular time of a day then this feature is very useful for you. You don’t need to Draft your completed articles.
There are many free plugins out there for Scheduling which make it more manageable for you.
Some plugins are