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Using the CoSchedule Chrome Extension

Have you ever found yourself browsing the internet and happened upon an article, recipe, or piece of content that you think your readers would go crazy for? Before, to share that you had to do a lot of copy and pasting, and image saving and uploading, and manual work. Now you can do it all with just a few clicks with the CoSchedule Chrome Extension!


Adding the CoSchedule Chrome Extension

Go to the Chrome Web Store and search for CoSchedule. Or you can just click here and I'll do the searching for you. To add the extension, click Add To Chrome.

Next, follow the prompts to go through the adding process. 

Once it's added you'll see this.

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Using the CoSchedule Chrome Extension

Find the article that you would like to share with your audience. Might I suggest an awesome piece on improving your engagement on social media, or some really great brownies?

Now click the CoSchedule icon.

After clicking, you will choose which calendar you want to schedule this article to. This feature is great for users that have multiple calendars because you will always know where your content is going and at what time.

Schedule your messages just like you would for any other.

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Scheduling Facebook messages with the Chrome Extension

To stay in line with Facebook's TOS, you need to manually enter in your Facebook message into this box.

Once you've got your message crafted, just hit the add post button and we automatically schedule the message on your CoSchedule calendar!


Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Can you share image posts with this tool?

A: Yes! CoSchedule automatically chooses the header image or the first image in the post to share.

Q: What if I don't have Chrome?

A: Right now the only browser this is available for is Chrome, but we may be working on other options in the future. Stay tuned!

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