WordPress allows you to easily link to existing posts, the ‘Insert Link‘ feature that works from your Add New/Edit post page allows you to insert existing blog post links in a click of a button. But what when you have scheduled a number of posts for future publishing and now you need referencing one of them in the content you are writing. In this tutorial we will discuss about linking any text to your scheduled post.
Setting up automatic schedules for your posts is a great functionality for multi-author websites. Auto-Schedule Posts, a free WordPress plugin simply enables you to set time intervals between posts. You can either randomize it or select a publishing order. The plugin lets you set all important auto post scheduling parameters, even you can exclude or include manually scheduled posts as per your new auto post scheduling plan.
Forwarding all WordPress scheduled posts simply means you can bump dates of all scheduled posts to a number of days. Great utility for the bloggers who plan for very long and schedule a number of posts in advance for future publishing. For Example: Suppose you have scheduled 7 posts for the next week but incidently something new happens and you plan to spend next 3-4-days on covering and posting all exclusive information about that event.