WP Scheduled Posts PRO gives you the opportunity to automatically share your scheduled WordPress posts on your Facebook page and group. By connecting Facebook with WP Scheduled Posts, your posts will automatically be shared on your Facebook account at the scheduled time. Besides, with its ‘Instant Share' flexibility, you can share your post anytime you want on Facebook as well.
Moreover, you can now simultaneously share your posts on ‘multiple Facebook accounts' by using WP Scheduled Posts as well. This feature would come very handy if you want to grow your social media presence and give you brand some much-needed exposure. Follow this below guideline to share your WordPress posts on your Facebook profile:
Before you begin, make sure that you already have created a Facebook Page or Group on your Account. Afterward, go to your WordPress Dashboard and navigate to wp-admin -> Scheduled Posts -> Settings. Then, simply open up the ‘Social Profile' tab and you will find the ‘Facebook Form' section. Make sure that ‘Facebook' option is enabled. Afterward, simply click on ‘Add New Profile' to connect your Facebook profile with WP Scheduled Posts.
After hitting on the ‘Add New Profile' button, you will be redirected to Facebook. Simply just authorize the WP Scheduled Posts to access your Facebook account and you will be all set to go. Afterward, your Facebook account will successfully be connected with WP Scheduled Posts.
After completing the previous step, you will be redirected to WP Scheduled Posts settings on your website. Then, you can simply choose the page which you want to connect with WP Scheduled Posts and hit the ‘Save' button.
Afterward, WP Scheduled Posts will be successfully connected to your Facebook page. By simply following the previous steps, you can add new profile and connect multiple Facebook pages with WP Scheduled Posts as well.
First of all, to connect your Facebook Group with WP Scheduled Posts, you will need to add the ‘WP Scheduled Posts' app in your group. To do so, go to your Facebook Group and click on ‘More' option. Afterward, hit the ‘Edit group settings' option.
From the ‘Group Settings' section, find the ‘Apps' option and add the ‘WP Scheduled Posts' app to your Facebook group. After finishing this step, you will be all set to go.
Once you have finished the previous step, let's follow the steps mentioned in ‘Step 1'. After you have successfully completed all the steps mentioned, simply just choose the group which you want to connect with WP Scheduled Posts and hit the ‘Save' button.
Afterward, WP Scheduled Posts will be successfully connected to your Facebook group. You will then be able to share your WordPress posts anytime you want on your Facebook Group.
Switch to the ‘Social Templates' tab to make changes to your Facebook Status Template. You can enable ‘Facebook Meta Data' and show content as either Link or Status. Besides, you can configure the Facebook Status Template Settings and place around content parameters the way you want the status to appear. Moreover, you can show your tags and categories as ‘Hashtags' from here as well. Make sure to click on the ‘Save' button after you have made any changes.
If you schedule your WordPress post, it will be automatically be shared on the Facebook account. Besides, if you want, you can even instantly share your live post on Facebook as well. To do that, go to your post and navigate to ‘Social Share Settings' and choose ‘Facebook' social share platform. Simply hit the ‘Share Now' button and your post will instantly be shared on your Facebook page or group. If you want, you can even upload a custom ‘Social Share Banner' for your Facebook post as well.
After all of these previous steps are finished, this is how the WordPress posts will appear on your Facebook page:
By using WP Scheduled Posts, this is how you can instantly share your WordPress posts on your Facebook page or group with absolute ease.
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