Blogging Insights- 40- Scheduling

Dr. Tanya is the host of Blogging Insights


How often do you use the “schedule” feature on Word Press and how useful do you find it? 

It’s a lifesaver (a bit of exaggeration here!) feature for me. I use it every time I write a post for it is very rare for me to publish my post as soon as I have written it. Scheduling posts takes out all stress from blogging for me and I think it is the best feature of WordPress for me.

How far ahead do you schedules going your posts?

For my regular posts, I schedule a couple of days ahead. But for my weekly, WDYS posts, I can schedule up to 4-5 weeks in advance. That is if I can find images that are consistent with my requirements for this prompt; to provide an image that can be interpreted in many ways! This search takes a lot of time, and so when I find appropriate images I usually do them in bulk.

Thank you so much Dr. Tanya for keeping this conversation going on.



15 thoughts on “Blogging Insights- 40- Scheduling

  1. I love this feature and don’t even know about it for a couple of years until I stumbled upon it. I generally write mine the day before it is going to post and schedule it too post early morning of the next day

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  2. Scheduling posts seems like a good idea, but I’ve only done it once, if I remember, when I was going out of town. Guess I’m too anxious and in a hurry, so I post mine a second after I write it (or use a photo prompt). Seems I can never get far enough ahead on them to do scheduling. 🙂

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