Finally: LinkedIn is working on post scheduling

This feature test should please social media managers and creators: the business network LinkedIn is currently working on integrating a post scheduling option. A screenshot by app researcher Nima Owji suggests so. So far, simply scheduling posts has only been possible using third-party tools.

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However, it is still unclear whether such a native function for post-planning will be rolled out soon. LinkedIn itself has not yet commented on the experiment. And the feature may only be available for a limited test for the time being. It is therefore not yet clear which specific planning options can be used via the clock symbol in the Post Composer can be called.

However, the LinkedIn community should be happy about an imminent roll-out. This recently welcomed some new features to the platform, including an option to pin comments in posts and the integration of link stickers for photos and videos in posts.

As soon as the business network officially announces the roll-out of the planning tool in Post Composer, you will find out about it on

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