Linkedin Introduces Native Post Scheduling In The App2 min read
That’s correct; some users may now access LinkedIn’s native post-scheduling feature, which the company has been testing internally for a few months.
This adds another tool to your LinkedIn management process, which might be quite beneficial in terms of increasing your on-platform presence. And, with more users exploring viable alternatives in case Twitter fails, that may become a greater issue.
The procedure is simple: tap on the clock symbol to access the scheduling options, then input a date and time for when you want your post to appear in the app (up to 90 days in advance). Then, within the LinkedIn app, hit “next” and “schedule,” and the post is ready to be published.
You can also monitor and control your scheduled posts in the app, making it easy to keep your LinkedIn presence up to date while on the road.
In this regard, Linkedin reportedly stated,
“We’re starting to roll out post scheduling on desktop and Android so that our creators can easily plan the content they want to share next, with iOS coming soon.”
It’s hardly a game changer in terms of functionality, as you can already plan LinkedIn posts in most third-party social network management programs. However, native scheduling methods are more trustworthy, especially when visualizing how your articles will appear after they go live. Most scheduling systems now provide preview features to assist with this, but integrated tools provide clearer assistance while also allowing for additional post types and devices.
So it’s not yet available to everyone, but will support for all systems is on the way. LinkedIn also claims it will soon provide post-scheduling for Groups, Company Pages, and other forms of content. It might be a useful addition, assisting you in developing your LinkedIn strategy in a more integrated, mobile-friendly manner.
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