Schedule settings by post type, by network.
Currently schedule settings are in the first tab, commons whatever the post or SN.
I manage a job board with informative posts (regular) and others types as josb postings, candidates posts, employers posts, …well indentified by the plugin.
It would be a huge improvement to find the schedule setting in each network tab, then each post type.
In my case, Job postings are to be posted immediatly, Candidatse or employers can be posted within the day, informative posts can wait, and are to fill the gaps, and can wait in the buffer.
Thank you for your feed back. It seems to be a copy/paste of the schedule settings while the framework is already in place in posting format options : General or specific
have the Schedule settings, on each custom post format, in each SN tab. I have posts, job posts, candidate posts. I need to post new job posts, whatever the other quota. Regular posts can wait, but not job posts.
It look like a copy/paste of the schedule settings, in each tab. The framework is already ready with Posting Format Option: Global or Individual Post Type Message, when choosing individual post type message, you could add schedule settings at this level.
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- (Participant) commented
Currently, the schedule settings are located in the first tab, regardless of the type of post or social network. I manage a job board with various types of posts, such as job postings, candidate posts, and employer posts, which are identified by a plugin. It would be a significant improvement to have the schedule settings located in each social network tab and for each specific post type. In my case, job postings need to be posted immediately, while candidates or employers can be posted within the day. Informative posts can wait and fill gaps in the buffer.
I appreciate any feedback on this matter. It seems that a copy/paste of the schedule settings would be beneficial, as the framework is already in place in the posting format options, either globally or for specific post types. By choosing an individual post type message, schedule settings could also be added at this level.