Go to the Plugins tab inside of WordPress and locate CoSchedule. Click Deactivate to temporarily deactivate your plugin.
After your plugin deactivates, click Activate. CoSchedule will bring up a sign-in window. Sign back into your CoSchedule account.
If you are able to navigate your calendar and post, your CoSchedule account is connected to your WordPress site. If there is still a connection error, contact support at Support@CoSchedule.com.
Upon successfully reactivating the plugin, social messages that are still left to publish will resume according to the schedule you previously set up.
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