Add all your WordPress sites to one calendar. No more jumping from calendar to calendar to keep track of every WordPress site. Quickly access all your sites (and every associated task, project, and deadline) in the same calendar.
- Connecting Multiple WordPress Sites
- Manage Multiple WordPress Sites on the Calendar
- Frequently Asked Questions
To add additional WordPress sites to your calendar, go to Settings > Integrations > WordPress. In the first step, click Add a WordPress Site.
For more information on connecting your WordPress site, check out Connect Your WordPress Site To CoSchedule.
To create a new WordPress post inside of CoSchedule, inside the Content Editor, click the WordPress editor.
Select the WordPress site you are wanting to publish to.
The post will then show up inside of the WordPress admin along with your CoSchedule calendar. If you create a post inside your WordPress admin, CoSchedule will automatically sync the post onto your calendar.
Once a WordPress post is on the calendar, a label will display what WordPress site is the post belongs to.
How many WordPress sites can I connect to a single calendar?
You can add as many WordPress.org sites to your calendar as you'd like.
I have multiple WordPress sites that are in different time zones. How do they show up on my calendar?
Each CoSchedule calendar has its own timezone. You can change the timezone at anytime in Settings > Calendar Settings. Depending on what time zones your WordPress sites are in, CoSchedule will calculate the difference and display the local time that is connected to your calendar.
I want to add another WordPress site to my calendar, but I don't see how I can do that.
Multiple WordPress Sites is only available in our new CoSchedule plans. If you are interested in this feature, have a page to help you compare your current subscription to the new CoSchedule plans.