If you have connected your WordPress site to CoSchedule, Owners, Managers, and Admins are able to associate WordPress author accounts to your CoSchedule team member accounts. Associating a CoSchedule team member […]
Learn how to use the CoSchedule plugin for WordPress to connect your site with your calendar. Read step-by-step instructions.
The ability to convert content attachments to WordPress allows you to build and plan your WordPress posts in CoSchedule without having to go back and forth between your calendar and […]
If you are the Owner or Admin in CoSchedule, you can manage WordPress categories for your calendar. Open the left-hand menu in CoSchedule and go to Settings > Integrations > WordPress. Inside […]
When a new version of the CoSchedule plugin comes out, you can use the automatic updater through WordPress to update it to the newest version that we offer. If you’re […]
Custom post types are a way of distinguishing different types of content on your WordPress website. Many themes take advantage of them as a way to organize different types of […]
Add all your WordPress sites to one calendar. No more jumping from calendar to calendar to keep track of every WordPress site. Quickly access all your sites (and every associated […]
When you first connect your WordPress site to CoSchedule, your calendar will be populated with the published and draft posts you currently have in WordPress. If you have an unscheduled […]