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Adjust the Default Publishing Time for a Selected Social Account
Adjust the Default Publishing Time for a Selected Social Account

Learn how to set and change the default posting time for a specific account

Updated over a week ago

With Default Posting Times, you are able to:

  • Customize default post times for different clients and social accounts

  • Preset your clients' posting schedule for your content creators

  • Quickly choose from your list of preset posting times

Here’s how to access your posting times!

Step 1: Head over to your calendar settings (the Gear Icon in your calendar)

Image identifying the Settings icon on the calendar.

Step 2: Click the “Posting Times” tab in your settings

Image identifying the Posting Times tab in the calendar settings.

Step 3: You'll be able to select the social account that you would like to create your custom times. Click the drop-down menu to select a social account.

A dropdown menu displaying the social accounts connected to a calendar, to select one.

Now that you have your social account selected, let’s create our custom posting time!

You can select a day for each time, or if you’d like to keep all of your post times the same, click Everyday from the drop-down menu:

An image displaying the information for the day of the week and time selected.
An image displaying a dropdown menu with the options to select a day of the week.

Once you’ve chosen your day, now you can select your time. Click the time displayed, and you will be able to scroll and select the time you’d like to set:

An image displaying a dropdown that can be used to select a certain time of day.

Once you have selected your time, click “Add Post Time” and the time you have set will be saved in your schedule!

If you need to remove a time slot that you have created, hover over the time, and click the red X shown beside it.

Finally, create a post on any day in the calendar, and your first default posting time will be automatically selected!

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