Something may be going on with the data that the site is passing back to social networks to generate link previews. In short, the data that’s needed to generate an […]
We recommend the following sizes for images to have your image-type messages look their best when posted to the various social platforms. Facebook Facebook images look best when they are […]
Yes, working with any website inside of CoSchedule is very easy! View the video below or scroll down to see how CoSchedule customers with any website organize their content in […]
Repromoting old WordPress posts help you get more eyes on your valuable content. Too many people spend a lot of time creating great content and don’t promote it enough, but […]
CoSchedule is unable to publish Facebook Events. You can schedule and manage events inside of CoSchedule, but publishing Facebook Events is currently unavailable.
On May 12th, 2015, LinkedIn announced that they would be eliminating your publishing access to LinkedIn Groups through the API that CoSchedule uses to connect to LinkedIn. We are very […]
Yes, to bulk import messages from a CSV file (such as those created by Excel spreadsheets) into CoSchedule is simple with our Bulk Uploader.
Printing Options Include: Try options that come with Read-Only Views. You can print a copy of your calendar through our Calendar Sync integration. Whether you need just projects or social […]
Inside CoSchedule, you are only able to schedule new pins on Pinterest. If you want to repin something, you will need to repin directly through Pinterest. You cannot use a […]
If you use Grammarly and have installed their browser extension, it can cause problems with the display of CoSchedule. We recommend that you disable it for the CoSchedule app […]
CoSchedule currently does not have a public API. If you’re wanting to connect other tools to CoSchedule, we do have Webhooks capability and integrate with Zapier.
This error message means that your Facebook user account has failed a security checkpoint and needs to log in at Facebook or the Facebook Business Manager to correct the issue. There are various things […]
We are happy to change the owner on your calendar. Here are the steps you need to take. Make sure the user that you would like to become the owner […]
On June 28th, 2017, Facebook announced the removal of the ability to modify the Link Snippet for all social messages. You can review their announcement at Modifying Link Previews. These changes […]
The maximum size for a file that you are looking to upload to CoSchedule can depend on where and for what purpose you are trying to upload it. Storage Space for […]
To contact our support team… You can create a ticket request at Contact Us. You can connect with us via Live Chat at CoSchedule.com. Or you can email us directly at [email protected] […]
Of course, you can! We want to make sure that you get to try out CoSchedule before you buy it so you know that it is the right tool for […]
If you have your WordPress site connected to your calendar and are considering a change in domains or hosts, or moving from a staging blog to a live blog, please […]
This is an issue with the LastPass tool. CoSchedule has configured our application so that LastPass will ignore our title fields, but you need to enable the setting in your […]
Each social network handles the publishing of GIFs differently. Here you will learn more about how to schedule your GIF for Facebook and Twitter. Twitter Facebook Pages/Groups Schedule GIFs for […]
Our support hours are Monday – Friday (except US holidays), 7 am – 6 pm Central US time. You can contact us through the app’s Support Center, chat with us […]
CoSchedule has multiple tiers of plan subscriptions. To learn more: click to view current CoSchedule pricing.
Certain browsers and versions will not be compatible with CoSchedule. Here are the browsers and versions that CoSchedule currently supports. If you are using a browser that CoSchedule supports […]
One of the most common problems, when your Bitly link fails inside of a social message, is that you have copied the “https://bitly.com/******/” placeholder link from a previous message and […]