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Native post scheduling rolls into LinkedIn

It’s official.

You won’t need third-party tools to schedule your posts on LinkedIn for much longer, because the platform is finally launching its own scheduling app.

When creating a post, you can tap the clock icon, which will take you to the scheduling screen.

How it works: When creating a post, you can tap the clock icon, which will take you to the scheduling screen. From there, you can choose the exact date and time to post, based on 30 minute intervals, and up to 3 months in advance.

From there, you can choose the exact date and time to post, based on 30 minute intervals, and up to 3 months in advance.

You can also view, manage, and edit all scheduled posts from the app. Nice.

When it will be available: LinkedIn is gradually rolling out the feature on desktop and Android first, and then on iOS, so it won’t be available to everyone at the same time.

Also, post scheduling for Groups, Company Pages, and more should come soon.

Why we care: The feature can help you streamline post scheduling while offering you better support than third-party tools.

It also provides a mobile-friendly way to manage your content – and your presence. That’s always good, right?

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