Each of your connected social channels will have its own timezone and posting schedule. Each time that you configure here becomes a time slot in your queue. Then, when you're scheduling posts, you don't need to think about the date and time each one should be published, all you need to do is add them to your queue and they'll automatically be placed into the next available time slots and published as part of your usual posting flow.
📝 Please note, only the account owner and users with Full Posting Access are able to update the posting schedule.
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In the video below, Katie, from our Customer Advocacy team, will walk you through the steps to set up your timezone and posting schedule for each connected social channel.
Adjusting your timezone
As opposed to having an account-wide timezone, you're able to configure the timezone for each of your connected social channels. This allows you to publish content at the most appropriate times for your audiences.
📝 Timezones are automatically adjusted for Daylight Savings times where this practice is observed.
You can adjust the timezone and posting schedule for a specific social channel by clicking Settings, and then selecting the Posting Schedule tab.
Click inside the Timezone field and start typing the first few letters of the city you'd like to set it to. Click on the city when it pops up and you should be all set!
Setting up your posting schedule
To add new times to your schedule, select the day or days you'd like to add the times to, as well as the time itself, and then click Add Posting Time.
Times can be adjusted by clicking on the hours or minutes drop downs and changing as desired. Times can also be deleted by hovering over the time and clicking the x icon.
Individual days can also be turned off by toggling the day to off. If a day is turned off, it means that no time slots will appear in your queue for that day, even if you have times configured in your schedule. However, any posts scheduled for a custom date and time will still be sent.