08.09 2019 15:45h

You Can Now Schedule Your Instagram Posts in Instagram

Managing your content just got a whole lot easier with the help of Facebook's Creator Studio
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For those of you who didn't know, you can now schedule and publish your IGTV and feed posts to Instagram via Facebook's Creator Studio.

And the platform has recently unveiled a new guide geared towards supporting your content creation process. The newly developed overview has all the basic information you need to help you effectively use the scheduling tool.

Introducing Facebook's Creator Studio.

Creator Studio is designed to enable users handle multiple accounts in one place, from the comforts of their desktop.

Here's a snapshot of what its interface looks like, along with a description of the latest updates:

Photo credit: Social Media Today

Whether you want to schedule feed posts, check out your account's level of engagement, or assess your growth through analytics this guide has information that will guide you through the process.

Photo credits: Social Media Today

The guide also provides creators with help and support tips, when it comes to publishing on IGTV, scheduling content and much more. There is also a helpful FAQ section, in the event a creator has any questions.

You can connect your Instagram account to the creator studio app and it allows you to schedule posts directly via the app. If you have had any trouble navigating the app or would like to learn more, here’s the link.

What are your thoughts? Let us know in the comments below.


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