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  • Resolved cperry

    (@cperry)


    Hello
    Trying to find out how to save posts to auto publish on a future date. In blogger I was able to schedule posts and select the date they published, which saved a lot of time and allowed me to organize post themes and content.
    Is there a way to do this or a widget that would allow me to do this? It seems pretty basic, but for some reason I cannot find it.
    Thanks!

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  • MrMarco

    (@mrmarco)

    To the right of the post box you’ll see a dialog box titled “Publish.” Just above the ‘publish’ button on the bottom you’ll see a calendar icon and next to it the words ‘publish immediately edit.’ Click the ‘edit’ link and you can change the date and time of the post. Then click ‘ok.’ Then when you’re finished making your post click ‘publish’ and you’re done. The post is scheduled for when ever you set it to.

    cperry

    (@cperry)

    Ah Ha!
    I knew it had to be easy – thanks

    wow, THANK YOU. I thought I needed a plugin.

    I tried doing this but it still published it immediately, is anyone else having this problem?

    ahh, I wasn’t working in 24 hour time and set the post for 2.30 this morning instead of 14.30 this afternoon.. Problem solved!

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