We've rolled out another minor, but a must-have feature. Now it'll be a lot easier to re-schedule posts as far in advance as you need - just drag and drop it on the day you need. Simple as that!

The feature is available in both views: Weekly and Monthly.

This way you can change the day of scheduled, not yet published, posts, but note that it's not possible to drag and drop published posts. In this case you're suggested to re-post them as guided here.

So, how does it work?

Move a post to a different day

You can move a scheduled post to a different day. This way the new post time will be the same as of the original one. For example, the original post time is 11:20AM Monday. When you move it 2 days in advance, then the post will take 11:20AM Wednesday.

Move a post to a time slot

You can move a scheduled post to a different time slot. This way the new post time and type will change according to the new time slot. For example, the original time slot is Promotional 5:24PM. When you move it to Engaging 3:40PM then it will no longer be Promotional 5:24PM.

Single Calendar view

When multiple pages are selected, you can't move a post from one page to another. You can move a post to the time slots which page is selected.

For example, two Facebook and one Instagram pages are selected. It means you can move a post to the time slots of this page. You can't move a post to either another Facebook page or Instagram page. The rest of the time slots will be disabled.

What about the past days?

You can't move a scheduled post to the past days. When you try to do so you'll be prompted with the following message:

"You have moved the post to a date that has already passed. Would you like to publish it now?".

If you are dealing with a suggested for approval post, you'll see such a message:

"You have moved the post to a date that has already passed. Do you want to approve and publish it now?".

If you approve it, it'll be published. If you cancel, the post will stay as it is.

NOTE: You can't drag and drop repeating posts.

If you have any further questions, please email us at [email protected].

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