How to Schedule Future Posts in WordPress

February 12, 2015    Reading Time: 1 Minute

How to Schedule Future Posts in WordPress - Graticle Design

Scheduling blog posts to be published in the future is a breeze with WordPress.

Here are four easy steps to scheduling your first future post.

Short on Time / Visual Learner?

No need to read, we created this video that goes over everything in under one minute!

 


Otherwise, you can keep reading below!

Step #1

Write your post.

Step #2

Click edit next to the Publish Date in the Publish Module:

Step 2 - Edit the Publish Date

Step #3

Select the future date you would like your post to be automatically published and click OK:

Step 3 - Select the Future Date to be Published

Step #4

Click the Schedule or Update button and that’s it.

Step 4 - Click the Schedule or Update Button

If you decide to revise your post in the future before the scheduled date, you can edit your post and then click the Update button and the post will remain scheduled.

An animated GIF showing you exactly what these steps look like:

Scheduling a Post into the Future with WordPress

 

Last updated on January 18, 2017. Shawn is the President of Graticle, Inc. You can follow him at Google+

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As a small but busy marketing agency, reliable subcontractors are absolutely critical to the survival of my business. Shawn clearly solves a problem that is common in this industry by reliably completing projects on time without the need for constant babysitting. Shawn comes through on every occasion and is one of the few graphic designers that lives up to my high standards.

Jared Loman

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Jared Loman Creative

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Aberdeen, Washington

I have worked with Shawn at Graticle for three years, which should speak volumes in and of itself. I am a high school teacher and serve as the Coordinator for the AVID program. Each August-September we create new t-shirts for distribution to all 140 of our students, along with supportive members of the faculty, staff, and administration.

My team of AVID teachers brainstorms ideas for both the front and back of the shirt, and I present the best one or two concepts to Shawn for his expert feedback. We quickly settle on the best design idea and colors, and then Shawn and I bounce more detailed suggestions off each other for a few days. His suggestions always result in significant improvements to my rough concept. He presents me with graphic “rough drafts” at each stage of our discussion until we have a design I’m really happy with.

Shawn then works his magic, and the final design is the work of a consummate professional. We get tons of compliments on our shirts, starting with our t-shirt printer, and usually end up having to do a second print run for additional faculty and staff who want one of the shirts. This year, a middle school in Southern California saw the design and asked if they could use it.

Another positive aspect of working with Graticle is that Shawn is easy to reach by phone or email, and he is very responsive. I hear back from him either the same day or the next day.

Working with Shawn and Graticle has been a pleasure, He produces good work quickly and at a fair price. I recommend him to you without reservation.

Bill Wolfe

Teacher & AVID Coordinator

Taft Union High School

www.taft.k12.ca.us

Taft, California