WP Scheduled Posts


A complete solution for WordPress Post Schedule. Manage schedule through editorial calendar and enable auto scheduler. Get an Admin Bar & Dashboard Widget showing all your scheduled posts.

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Schedule your WordPress posts in advance and have them posted automatically for you.

  • With no notifications or reminders.
  • Schedule hundreds of post using the editorial calendar
  • Manage multiple authors from one place

You will be on vacation from next Saturday but want your website to stay active as your regular day? Yes, you can schedule posts in advance for those days and WP Scheduled Posts brings you the editorial calendar with it to lets you see when your posts have been scheduled.

From one place, you can easily get an overview of your blog posts and when each post will be published. Not just that, it allows you to drag and drop to edit and move posts right from the editorial calendar.

Manage Your Post Scheduling With Super Handy Features (FREE)

Schedule Calendar: Manage your content with a great visual calendar. You can add posts in the queue, and WP Scheduled Posts will publish them on your desired days and hours. You can move the scheduled post on a different date right from the schedule calendar.

Dashboard Widget: Check your scheduled & draft post right from the dashboard as WP Scheduled Posts will enable a widget in your WordPress dashboard. Either you are running a multi-author blog or a single author blog, seeing all your posts status from dashboard could be super convenient.

Drag & Drop Feature: While organizing your scheduled content, you can quickly organize content using easy-to-use drag & drop feature.

Save Times On Content Creation: If you want to create a new post or add a photo to be published on a specific time period, you don’t need to go back on your dashboard and click on Post to Add New Post. You can create a new post right from the WP Scheduled calendar.

Manage Multiple Author Efficiently: Managing multiple authors for a blog is never an easy task. But you can make the process easier using our schedule calendar and manage co-authors from one place.

WP Scheduled Posts PREMIUM

WP Scheduled Posts Pro includes all features of the free version and awesome additional features including:

Auto Scheduler: Get absolute control over your content schedule as you can create rules to post content automatically. You just need to specify the time interval in which you want to have your posts scheduled and this plugin will publish it on the exact time. You can also set exact date and time to create flexible schedule.

Missed Schedule Handler: As a content creator, you might have faced that WordPress might miss the schdule of a post and it could happen for a various reason. However, you don’t have to worry about that anymore as WP Scheduled Posts will take care of missed schedule and to publish the post automatically.

Premium Support: Get faster support with a pro license. We have extra-ordinary support team ready to help you. Ask your questions in the support forum, or contact us directly through live chat and support ticket.

Review & Press Coverage

WP Scheduled Post has been loved by lots of users, bloggers and content marketers. It’s now better with modern interface and lots of new features.

  • WP Optimus
    “WP Scheduled Posts is specially useful for multi-author blog. Even its useful for single author blog who use the built-in Schedule function of WordPress.”

  • MH Themes
    “The WP Scheduled Posts plugin further enhances WordPress core functionality of scheduling posts. The plugin adds a customizable dashboard widget that will display a list of all upcoming scheduled posts and allows you to customize other post scheduling elements with ease.”

  • WP Glossy
    “WP Scheduled Posts is the best extension when it comes to scheduling WordPress posts for the site that has several admins and authors.”

Check Our Other FREE Plugins:


  • Schedule Calendar
  • Creating and Scheduling Post right from the Calendar
  • Auto Scheduler (Pro Feature)
  • Manual Scheduler (Pro Feature)
  • General Options Page


Modern Way:

  1. Go to the WordPress Dashboard “Add New Plugin” section.
  2. Search For “WP Scheduled Posts”.
  3. Install, then Activate it.

Old Way:

  1. Upload the wp-scheduled-post folder to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress.

You are good to go!


Does it need any theme customization or anything?

No, just activate the plugin you will see the Scheduled post widget immediately(considering you have post in schedule)

How can I get Support?

Use plugin support button in WordPress.org extended listing.

Is there premium support? What if I want customization?

Contact at WPDeveloper.net Support Page


Does not Schedule Post. Delivers Instantly.

I am running this on my wordpress installation (single user).

After selecting the time and date, it does not schedule the post but delivers immediately.

I am using UTC time zone for wordpress and it is hosted cloud hosted.

Am I doing something wrong or does it not work?

Very useful tool

This plugin has a very important feature. It is possible to check a box to publish any scheduled post immediately so the date-time will be a future date-time and is shown on your blog page. This is useful if you like to post a future event and dont want to confuse your guests. Because if the publishing date is shown, you can easilly mistake it for the event date.


I’m currently experiencing an issue with the scheduled posts not being published. I was hoping this plug-in would help schedule my posts. I created a test post to see if this plugin would work, and it has not. I’m still getting the missed schedule alert.

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Contributors & Developers

“WP Scheduled Posts” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.


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2.0.2 – 2018-12-9

  • Random permalink issue solved
  • Missed schedule improved
  • Some minor improvements and conflict fixed

2.0.1 – 2018-12-04

  • Some minor improvements and conflict fixed

2.0.0 – 2018-12-02

  • Completely revamped interface
  • Visual Schedule Calendar added
  • Lots of new features and improvements.

1.4.4 – 2017-06-08

  • Major Bug Fix
  • Compatible with latest WordPress 4.8

1.4.3 – 2017-04-08

  • Compatible with latest WordPress 4.7.3
  • Minor Fix

1.4.2 – 2016-06-10

  • Compatible with latest WordPress 4.5.2

1.4.1 – 2015-06-27

  • Minor bug fix.

1.4.0 – 2015-06-11

  • Major bug fix. Reported by user “Bad Feather”. No more notice when “WP_DEBUG” is set to true.
  • Little bit design change in Option Page & Admin Bar.

1.3.4 – 2015-04-20

  • Minor bug fix. Thanks for the tip by @caschy

1.3.3 – 2015-04-19

  • Security Check!
  • Compatible to WordPress 4.2 RC.

1.3.2 – 2015-03-02

  • Minor bug fix.
  • Compatible to WordPress 4.2 Beta

1.3.1 – 2014-12-27

  • Minor Compatible with WordPress 4.1.

1.3.0 – 2014-6-1

  • New Brand new interface.
  • New Ability to control which ‘Custom Post Types’ will be available to “Scheduled Posts”.
  • New Ability to control which ‘Category’ will be available to “Scheduled Posts”.
  • New Ability to control date time structure, as you need.

1.2.1 – 2013-7-7

  • Bug fix: Admin bar menu was showing only one scheduled post


  • New feature: Custom item template and style for scheduled posts list in adminbar.
  • Settings page link added in plugins list page.


  • New feature: Publish any scheduled post immediately but date-time will be future date-time as you set.


  • Basic Bug fix


  • Initial release