How Do I Edit A Queued Post?

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How to edit a queued post

Navigate to the post you’d like to edit, and click the ‘Pencil’ icon to edit the post.

This will open the Post Editor, where you can edit any of the parameters of your post, including post text, image, category, timing, and evergreen settings.

When you’re done simply click Save and the post will be updated and reflected in the queue. If you only changed the post content, its position in the queue will stay the same. If you edited the scheduled date of the post or the category, its queue position will be updated accordingly.

Note: Edits made to evergreen posts will affect all subsequent cycles of the post.

How do I edit a post for multiple social profiles?

If you created a post for multiple profiles at the same time, they will be saved as separate posts. This is because you can customise the text for each profile, as well as publish them on separate schedules.

To help you edit a post across multiple profiles, click on ... to see more options. Then, choose View Related Posts, which will show all other posts that are related to this one (e.g. duplicate posts, or versions of this post on other profiles). We know which posts are related because they were created at the same time.

You can click on each version, in turn, to edit the post and then return to the list of related posts, making it easier to edit multiple versions quickly.

Note: When you edit a related post, you’ll still be able to find it in the related posts menu.

Can I edit Past Posts?

Yes! You absolutely can. If this is a post you have scheduled to recycle just follow the steps we have laid out earlier. If this is a Post that is not recycling, but you want to edit and re-add to your Queue that is possible as well. 

Find the post in your Past Posts section and click on More Actions:

Select "Re-Queue" which will bring to the Post Editor where you can make the necessary changes:

Can I Bulk Edit posts?

In January 2019, we started working on this feature and hope to implement it in the very near future 🙌

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