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Author:  stachoomed [ September 28th, 2020, 2:17 pm ]
Post subject:  Interval posting - daily posting queue.

Hi Freddy,
Interval posting feature is great, but I would like to ask if there is a possibility to implemet another function to that.
My routine day for 3 years is to start posting around 7-7:30 am and my normal amount of daily posts is 15.
Let's say we have 150 post in my posts list, which I am going to publish in next 10 days. If I try to mark them all and set daily dose of posts to 15, then all that posts will be spread to 24h (including hours outside my normal working hours like 1:00 am).

So if we have those 150 posts in list I would like to schedule them once, to be spread like I would do that manually.

Currently I'm just marking 15 posts, then click Schedule selected, then set interval posting for certain day, certain our, set interval in minutes + rng interval in seconds.

Currenly it looks like that:
Interval in minutes: 45
random number of seconds: 600-1200
Time for first post: certain day + somewhere between 7 am and 8 am

After succesfully adding posts to queue, I'm marking next 15 posts and I'm doing the same with adding +1 day and +1,10 min.

for 150 posts it not seems to be a problem, but making a queue for 510 is much harder.

To the point:
My idea is to mark all posts that should by queued and be able to add 15 posts daily, with interval 45min, random seconds 600-1200 and I wanted to start everyday at random time between, let's say, 7am and 8 am.

So the only difference between current feature is to add random start time between two times and make interval posting to add posts daily, using this settings.

I hope I decsribed it cleary. Do you think that's possible?

Author:  Freddy [ September 28th, 2020, 2:21 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Interval posting - daily posting queue.

Will review this a bit later.

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