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Calendar Events & Labels [New Features]


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There are two exciting new features now available on your CoSchedule calendar.

Calendar Events

Since the beginning of time, calendars were made for scheduling events. We changed that when we started filling them with blog posts and social messages. Now, we are returning to the roots and allowing you to add events to your calendar as well.


Events are added to the calendar in the same way that you add blog posts or social messages. They can be hard scheduled for any date and time that you need them for. Just like other calendar items, events will have full drag and drop capabilities.

Many users have asked for the ability to schedule other items on the calendar besides just blog/marketing content. Events should do this beautifully, and can be used for scheduling just about anything that you come up with.

Calendar Labels

The second feature that we are releasing today is calendar labels. These labels allow you to modify the color of each item that is scheduled on your calendar. For those of you that love to color-code your marketing content, this should be a perfect fit.


Color labels are easily applied through a dropdown menu, and can be used to filter the content on your calendar as well. They should be a very handy tool for keeping things organized.

All-in-all, we are thrilled to get these two new features out there. There are a few more things just like this in the works, so stay tuned for more updates.

"CoSchedule has allowed us to plan and stay ahead 8-12 weeks. It's the best thing we've done to get ahead of ourselves; especially with so many last minute projects popping up."

Lee Hersh, Founder of Fit Foodie Finds
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