The benefits of scheduling your posts are huge. The benefits to a coherent social presence are immense!

The most popular way to streamline your social media strategy is by using a scheduling tool like Hopper HQ.

Hopper HQ allows you to create and plan your posts in advance, so that whilst you work, sleep, eat and play, Hopper HQ will be publishing your flawless content automatically ✨

✨ Keep scrolling to find out about multiple platform scheduling! ✨

Using Hopper HQ you can schedule (and automatically publish) the same post across all of your social media accounts and platforms.

How to use multiple platform scheduling

Create one post for multiple platforms in a few simple steps!

The posts will automatically publish to whatever accounts you select 🎉

  1. Press the Create button

  2. Upload an image or video, one at a time or in bulk

  3. Add your caption and first comment*

  4. Press the + button to add more accounts

  5. Schedule your post and save ✨

*Remember: First comment scheduling is only available for Instagram posts and will be automatically removed from posts published to Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest & TikTok.

Making changes to linked posts

A linked post is a post scheduling to multiple platforms or accounts.

Once you've scheduled your post, any changes you make to your posts caption, content or scheduled time will be made across all social media channels - you won't need to update the same post multiple times! 

If you want to unlink an account from a post:

  1. Select the post in the queue page of any account to edit

  2. Press the icon for the account you wish to remove

  3. Hit Remove Account to unlink and remove the post from that queue

Alternatively, you can hit the delete icon can choose to either remove the post from all schedules or from the account you're currently working on.

Did you know Hopper HQ has a 14 day free trial for new users?

Feel free to give us a shout if you need any further assistance, the team are always happy to help 😊

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