Save Content In Your Unscheduled Bin To Keep Your Calendar Tidy [New Feature]
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Sometimes there are just those projects you need to write notes about and table them for later. Other times, you might put too many projects on your marketing calendar and need to put them on hold until you have more time.
And then there are those folks who just like a clean marketing calendar without content on it unless they’re actively working on it to nail a hard deadline.
Well, if you fall into any of those three categories, you’re going to love the newest feature in CoSchedule: The content drafts bin.
Put Any Content Project On Hold
This feature allows you to create any type of content you want—an e-book, video, webinar, etc.—and easily move it off your calendar. You’ll still retain all of your comments and tasks so you don’t lose any of the work you put into your projects.
Work On Projects In Draft Mode
Now you can also work on projects in draft mode and then schedule them on your calendar as you near your publish date.
No More Draft Clutter Taking Over Your WordPress
Do you hate having needless drafts in your WordPress? Now you can start all of your posts as draft content first before exporting from CoSchedule into your WordPress.
The content drafts bin works for however you create content—CoSchedule’s custom editor, Evernote, and Google Docs. Just use one of these methods first, then use CoSchedule to magically turn your content into a WordPress post.
Never Lose Another Awesome Content Idea
The content drafts bin also serves as an awesome ideas bin. Again, any drafts here won’t clutter up your WordPress—so never lose another awesome content idea again!
And once you’re ready, you can simply drag the unscheduled content right onto your marketing calendar.
Good luck as you get started! You’re awesome.
August 20, 2015