Oh, what’s this:
That’s proper, some customers at the moment are capable of entry LinkedIn’s native submit scheduling device, which it’s been testing internally over the past few months.
That provides one other device to your LinkedIn administration course of, which might be a giant assist in maximizing your on-platform presence. And with extra customers trying to potential alternate options, simply in case Twitter falls in on itself, which may be an even bigger consideration.
The method is fairly simple – you faucet on the clock icon to entry the scheduling choices, then enter a date and time for whenever you need your submit to go dwell within the app (as much as 90 days upfront).
You then faucet ‘Subsequent’ and ‘Schedule’ and that’s it, the submit is all able to go, all inside the LinkedIn app.
As you possibly can see within the second picture, you may as well view and handle your scheduled posts within the app, offering a easy option to preserve your LinkedIn presence on the go.
I imply, functionally, it’s not a game-changer, as you possibly can already schedule LinkedIn posts in most third-party social media administration apps. However native scheduling choices are typically a bit extra dependable, notably with regard to displaying how your posts will really seem as soon as they go dwell. Most scheduling instruments do now embrace preview components to assist on this entrance, however built-in instruments present extra definitive steering, whereas additionally facilitating extra submit varieties and instruments.
We requested LinkedIn for more information on the roll-out and it offered this assertion:
“We’re beginning to roll out submit scheduling on desktop and Android in order that our creators can simply plan the content material they need to share subsequent, with iOS coming quickly. This implies you possibly can schedule textual content posts, movies, and pictures as much as three months upfront.”
So not obtainable to everybody simply but, however help for all platforms is coming quickly.
LinkedIn additionally says that it’ll be including submit scheduling for Teams, Firm Pages, and different forms of content material within the close to future.
It might be a useful addition, serving to you map out your LinkedIn technique in a extra built-in, mobile-friendly means.