The Scheduler app is here to help you plan your Social Media content. Create and schedule your post directly in the calendar, share it with your team, and discuss and let ZoomSphere publish it for your or send you a mobile notification when your post needs to get published.

There are two publishing modes:

  • Automatic

  • Manual – via ZoomSphere mobile app and mainly for publishing Instagram Stories.

Supported platforms and types of posts:

Key Features:

Status & Publishing Flow

Every post needs to have a status that reflects your current planning and publishing stage. The Scheduler app comes with a set of default statuses that can be assigned manually to your posts (these can be customized, too).

  • Private Draft

  • In Progress

  • Needs Review

  • Approved

Besides those, we have two system statuses that can't be deleted or changed.

  • Published – is assigned to a post once automatically published to your social media.

  • Error – is assigned in case of any issue with the automatic publication.

​Move the post on the scale of statuses as needed; add more statuses like "Needs Graphics", "To Approve," or "To Rework", for example. You can create your own system in ZoomSphere that best fits your needs.

Learn more about statuses​ and how to work work with them

Hashtags Suggestions and Templates

With hashtag suggestions, you can find the right hashtags for your field or industry. At the same time, you will see the "size" of the hashtag – how many times it was used in a post on Instagram.

Learn more about Hashtag Suggestions and Templates.

Image Editor

You can edit your images right in the Scheduler app while working on your post.

  • Crop your photos fast & easily with presets.

  • Apply filters to your photos.

  • Rotate, Clip and Zoom your images.

Learn more about the Image Editor.

Idea Post

Ideas posts are a great tool to quickly share notes and plans for a content plan across your team.

You can move them around the calendar as a regular post – drag & drop it.

Learn more about Idea post

Dark Post

A dark post is a paid post published to Facebook, but it is not visible on your Timeline.

Learn more about creating dark posts
Learn about the benefits of dark posts

Instagram Feed

A great feature – you can plan content visually!

You can choose what you see on the Feed because you can select the Statuses that will be visible there.

You can move your posts around in the calendar view and see these changes in the Instagram Feed.

Learn more about Instagram Feed

Automatic Publishing to Instagram

This feature lets you publish content directly to Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and even TikTok.

In order to do so, your uploaded file needs to meet the official platform's requirements for auto-publishing. Otherwise, manual publishing will be enabled instead. 💡

Instagram Stories are not supported due to the official Instagram API limitations.

There are some limitations:

  • 25 published posts within 24 hours – but you can post more posts natively from Instagram or using ZoomSphere manual posting (with a push notification to your phone)

  • Branded content tags and shopping tags are not supported

  • Filters are not supported – only if you use manual posting via the ZoomSphere mobile app

  • Read about photo requirements here

  • The maximum length of scheduling Approved Facebook posts is 75 days. If you need to plan the post further than that, schedule it and Approve it later to avoid the Error notification.

Learn more about automatic publishing

Instagram Stories

After you schedule your Stories, use our ZoomSphere mobile app, which will help you publish them within just a few steps on your phone's Instagram app.

You can add text, URLs, and emojis that go along with your Story. The ZoomSphere mobile app will copy the text, and you can paste it into the Instagram native app during the publishing process. 👌

Find out more about publishing Instagram Stories here. 👈

Find out more about ZoomSphere mobile app here. 👈

Should you have any questions, let us know via the ZoomSphere app. ✍️

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