See All the New CoSchedule Features Coming Summer 2018

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Attention Process Junkies: New Features Coming This Summer 2018 (Just For You)


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Attention Process Junkies: New Features Coming This Summer 2018

In the next three months, CoSchedule is getting a legit overhaul.

We’re honing in on feature enhancements dedicated to our process junkies & workflow nerds 🤓

Here’s Your Summer 2018 Highlight Reel:

Table of Contents:


Keep reading for a rough *first look* of how all this is gonna work 👇

Project workflows designed your way…

NEW & Improved Projects:

Your projects will soon be a blank canvas :) Meaning…you decide what’s on it, what integrations and tools you’ll include in it, and how you’ll prioritize your workflow.

Currently, you’ve got a few options for attachments: Text Editor, Gdrive, Evernote, WordPress, and just plain old file uploads.

But maybe you want more?

Hence, your SOON TO BE blank canvas with more options.

More options like: other CoSchedule projects (that might be related to it), your email marketing tool, a social campaign, GDoc, a Google Presentation etc, etc.

And BONUS, you’ll be able to prioritize these attachments (based on what matters to you). Cos’ maybe for this particular project, the social campaign is more important that your Gdoc? Idk. You do you!

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Private Saved Views:

Ahhh, it’s coming… the ability to create views of the calendar that only you (or your team) can see! For example: nobody cares about “Mia’s Projects” view except Mia (and maybe a few others). And soon, Mia will be able to easily hide or share her saved view with the folks that care the most! 🙌

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“Copy From” Projects & Tasks 😂:

No more wasted time creating the same thing OVER and OVER and OVER again. Now when you create a project or task list and you know it’s a consistent recurring project…all you have to do is click “Copy” in your existing project and a framework of said project will auto-magically create itself.

Here are TWO nifty ways Copy From is gonna make your life better:

1.You’ll be able to copy existing projects (as a whole) from the calendar or within a project.

2.You’ll be able to copy task workflows and even save them as templates for reuse later!

More often than not, you don’t know a task workflow is good until you’re doing it! And soon, instead of having to rewrite your entire workflow (task list, attachments, etc) for that similar but NEW project, you’ll simply select the “Copy From” icon and let CoSchedule do the work for you.
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Calendar List View:

Imagine two buttons at the top of your CoSchedule calendar…where you can click and flip from List or Calendar view. Mmmhmm, get excited :)

Prefer seeing a few days at a time? Cool.

Need to move a task or project to tomorrow? No problem.

Or want to add something directly to CoSchedule from the List View? You got it.

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And finally, the biggest feature coming down the pipeline…

Disclaimer: I’m giving you guys a serious first look, so bear with me.

Your NEW workspace option: Workboard 🎉

With Workboard, you’ll officially have a place to plan & create before scheduling it to the calendar.

Yep, we’re talking get everything ✅ done inside Workboard…

I.e. your project planning, blog posts, campaigns, email promotion, (whatever you need to do)…

…Move them through your typical workflow process (color status, team member, etc).

Mockup of CoSchedule's new WorkboardAnd then when its good & ready, drag it to the calendar to schedule and publish.

Mockup of the Drag to Calendar function

It’s gonna be pret-ty sick.

Stay tuned! These features (and many MORE) are hitting a CoSchedule calendar near you this June, July, and August!

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"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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