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[New Feature] Maintain Control Over Your Social Media Strategy With Pause Social Messages From CoSchedule

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New Feature: Maintain Control Over Your Social Media Strategy With Pause Social Messages

You know the phrase “timing is everything.”

Well..it’s especially true for your social media strategy.

And when there’s a national crisis or your website unexpectedly goes down…(yikes)

Sending social messages that seem out of touch…

Or directing users back to a website that doesn’t work…

Well…it just can’t happen. 🙅

You’ve got a brand’s reputation at stake!

If only you could stop social messages from sending WITHOUT deleting them… (because TBH, those lil’ guys took some serious time to plan and create)

Give yourself time to pivot to an alternate strategy… (i.e reschedule posts you need to skip and quickly create a few new, more appropriate messages)

And then easily resume sending messages once the dust settles (and show your boss you can handle anything the social world throws at you).

Too good to be true?

Think again.

Introducing Pause Social Messages from CoSchedule! AKA the easiest way to pause and recalibrate your social message strategy (if the need should arise).

With Pause Social Messages, you can:

  • Quickly pause (and resume) your social messages.  Life isn’t predictable. With Pause Social Messages, you maintain control over *every* social message and can react fast to real-time events and time-sensitive situations.
  • Easily reschedule skipped messages. Don’t let ANY social message go to waste (just because it wasn’t timely). Simply drag and drop your skipped messages to a new date on the calendar and voila!..it looks like you never missed a beat. 😏

Which means you stay in control of your social media strategy….

And know your messages are going out in the right way…

…at the right time.

 

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Quickly Pause (And Resume) Your Social Messages

Here at CoSchedule, we know life isn’t predictable.

And we’ve got a team of Type A marketers who thrive off planning around the unpredictable (and building features that empower you to do the same).

Which is why we created Pause Social Messages from CoSchedule!

With Pause Social Messages, you maintain control over *every* social message and can react fast to real-time events and time-sensitive situations.

🙌

So without further delay…

Let’s dive into the how you can quickly pause your social messages (if the need should arise):

Step 1: Head to your calendar settings, scroll down until you find the “Pause Social Messages” section of your settings.

(NOTE: Only calendar admins and owners can pause your social messages. Users without this status will NOT be able to pause social messages)

Step 2: Once inside the “Pause Social Messages” settings, click the “Pause Social Messages” button on the right side of your screen.

Step 3: When the pop-up appears, type “Pause” into the text box and then click “Confirm.”

And voila! Your social messages are paused and no longer sending from your calendar.

For perspective, here’s what your calendar will look like when your calendar is paused from sending social messages:

^^Pretty cool, right?

And once the dust settles (and you’ve had a chance to make any necessary changes to your social schedule)…

Here’s how to resume sending your social messages:

Step 1: Head to your calendar settings, scroll down until you find the  “Pause Social Messages” section of your settings.

(NOTE: Only calendar admins and owners can resume sending your social messages. Users without this status will NOT be able to resume sending social messages)

Step 2: Once inside the “Pause Social Messages” settings, click “Resume Social Messages.”

And voila! Your social messages will resume sending from your calendar.

^^awesome, right?!

And if any messages were skipped while your calendar was paused from sending, you can easily reschedule them with just a couple clicks.

For more deets on how to reschedule those messages…

…jump into the next section!

Easily Reschedule Skipped Messages

You social media strategy is a well-oiled machine.

So well-oiled in fact, that you plan and create your social media messages MONTHS in advance.

But life happens…and even though you worked hard on those messages…

Sending them during a national crisis or when you’re website is down is a BAD idea.

With Pause Social Messages, no social message goes to waste (just because it wasn’t timely).

Simply drag and drop your skipped messages to a new date on the calendar and voila! It’s like you never missed a beat. 😏

So without further ado…

Here is what skipped messages will look like on your calendar:

And if you click on a skipped message, you will see this warning:

^^The solution? Simply reschedule it using the two options listed below:

Option 1: Drag + drop your messages to new dates and times on the calendar.

Or Option 2: Manually reschedule your social messages inside the message editor.

And just like that…

Your messages are officially rescheduled and will go out at their new time and date!

Which means none of your *amazing* social messages go to waste…

And you (and your team) never miss a beat.

You know the phrase “timing is everything.”

Well..it’s especially true for your social media strategy.

And when there’s a national crisis or your website unexpectedly goes down…(yikes)

Sending social messages that seem out of touch…

Or directing users back to a website that doesn’t work…

Well…it just can’t happen.

And with Pause Social Messages from CoSchedule in your back pocket…

You know it WON’T happen.

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