Nov 072009

I was reading an article from Blazing Minds about the Best WordPress Blog Posting Plugins and found a plugin called Dashboard Scheduled Posts which I had never heard of. This WordPress plugin puts a dashboard module showing you all of your scheduled posts and the dates that they are scheduled in much the same way the “draft” module does.

All you have to do is download and install the wordpress plugin, activate it and voila!

You have a module on your dashboard showing your scheduled posts and dates, this makes it easier than having to click on “Edit Posts” and Scheduled and shows you at a quick glance how many posts you have queued.

Thanks to Karen @ BlazingMinds for posting about this one.

-Dragon Blogger

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  • Glad you found my post useful and thanks for the linky love 😉
    .-= Karen @ Blazing Minds´s last blog ..Saturday Six – Sesame Street =-.

  • That’s a really useful tool. Just to clarify: you can save as many posts you want and it automatically posts them on the scheduled date?

    • Yes, that is correct, it will queue them and post on the scheduled date.

  • That is a pretty cool plugin. I might give it a try.

    • It works very well, I am using it on all of my blogs now.

  • I somehow missed this post over at Blazing Minds, happy I came through here and found it.

    I am constantly going on writing spree’s and I use that “edit posts” way too much, this should make posting a little faster when I over flow ideas.
    .-= Extreme John´s last blog ..Sunday Smash 25 Blogs, Bloggers and Blogging Tips =-.

  • George Serradinho

    This plugin would help out a lot of users although if you have numerous scheduled posts, then I think it would be a bit akward.

    I never knew of this plugin at all, thanks for mentioning it.
    .-= George Serradinho´s last blog ..Display Twitter link in comments using TwitterLink Comments WordPress Plugin =-.