When you first connect your WordPress site to CoSchedule, your calendar will be populated with the posts you currently have in WordPress. Create new WordPress posts inside of CoSchedule or WordPress and your calendar will automatically sync with your WordPress website.
To create a new WordPress post, schedule content on your calendar. The title of your content will be the title of your WordPress post.
Once your content is created, inside the Content Editor, click the WordPress editor.
If you are working with multiple WordPress sites, choose the site you are wanting to publish to.
When you create a new WordPress post inside of CoSchedule, there will be certain functions in your content that is directly synced with your WordPress site.
- Title: The title of your content will be the title of your WordPress post.
- Scheduled Date and Status: The status of your content and scheduled time will be directly synced with your WordPress post.
- WordPress Editor: The actual content of the WordPress post is uneditable inside of CoSchedule, but you can manage the Author, categories, and easily link to the WordPress admin editor.
Every WordPress post has a meta-box for CoSchedule. To locate the CoSchedule meta-box, scroll to the bottom of your post.
Each WordPress Post will have its own: