Future Posting Now Live On Google’s Blogger

Filed as General on May 1, 2008 5:57 pm

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Google has given the green light for future posting (or scheduled posting) to go live across blog*spot blogs on Blogger.com.

(Blogger Buzz) Scheduled post publishing, which we talked about testing on Blogger in draft last month, is now live for everyone. If you set a post’s date into the future, Blogger will wait to publish until that time comes. […]

Scheduling a post is easy to do: on the post editor page, click the “Post Options” toggle to show the “Post date and time” fields. Then, type a post date and time that’s in the future. When you click the “Publish” button, your post will become “scheduled.” When the date and time of the post arrive, it will be automatically published to your blog.

The service was previously only available on Blogger In Draft, which is Google’s eternal beta for Blogger.

Blogger is scheduled (note: no pun intended) to release a few more features onto its service ranging from fancy blog rolls to the ability to insert Google Gadgets, which should help make the software more appealing for its millions of users.

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