It seems that you are ready to publish your post in Wordpress. I hope that you had a fluent making process
However, you still have problems in posting your work at one specific time every day, or publishing your posts for your foreign readers who have different timezone from yours, or even when you are on a vacation and you either need a break or have posts for your readers during that period. None of them should be worried about.
Because Wordpress provides users one tool named Scheduling Wordpress posts as a way to control when your content is published by scheduling date and time in advance.
Did Scheduling Wordpress posts perfectly meet all your above requirements? If it did, this tutorial demonstrating its usage will be the one for you.
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Step 1. Navigate to Schedule option
Once you are done writing your post. Look at the right side of the top in the Edit Panel of your post, you will see the Publish meta-box.
The Edit option provided is on the right next to the Publish immediately button. Click it then you are going to see a drop-down option. Now move to the second step.
Step 2. Set date and time
As a result, Wordpress will display options for you to select the month, date and year, even the exact hour and minute to publish your post.
Pay attention to the time in PM format, you must transfer it into the 24-hour clock time format. For instance, 2 PM will be written as 14:00. In addition, the time will derive from your location settings. If you want to change, go to your Settings then General page.
Step 3. Schedule your post
When you finish setting your time, hit a click on OK & then on Schedule button. Subsequently, you are going to see the status of your post has changed to scheduled, along with details for the exact date and time that you set for your blog.
Step 4. Changing options
In case you change your mind and want to re-schedule your post or even publish your post straight away, you just have to click on the Edit button. After that, you can update the new publish date and time and update it.
In case you base on your readers’ timezone and want to publish your posts for their convenience. From your WordPress dashboard, go to the Settings section. After that, hit a click on the General menu. On the General Settings page, select the appropriate time zone in the Time Zone option then hit the button Save Changes.
That was the final step in scheduling your posts in Wordpress. All the procedure is simple and easy-to-follow. I really expect to see you become proficient in planning your post in Wordpress. Moreover, by using the above same procedure, you are able to re-publish the posts at the scheduled date & time which were published already.
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