Writing blog posts is a time taking process and again posting them on right time is the most important thing. If you want to have good comments on a post, you should post them at right time. Till now we are waiting for the blogger people to add the scheduler functionality of publishing the post, Now they have added that functionality also to the code.

We’ve often heard that sometimes you’d like to write a post now and have it automatically published at some time in the future. We listened, and are pleased to say that this feature is ready for you to try out on Blogger in draft.

See the complete information below.

Publishing a post in the future is pretty simple: in the post editor, reveal the Date and Time fields using the “Post Options” toggle and enter a post date and time that is in the future. When you then click the “Publish” button, your post will become “scheduled.” When the date and time of the post arrive, your post will be automatically published to your blog.

Your scheduled posts appear in your Edit Posts list alongside your drafts and published posts. To un-schedule a post, simply save it as a draft any time before it gets published.

Remember: Like all features described on this blog, Scheduled Posts only work when you’ve logged in to http://draft.blogger.com/.

Leave your feedback in the comments!

Additional Notes:

  • We know that some bloggers currently use future post dates in order to keep one post at the top of their blog for a while. Though we recommend that you use a Text page element for this, you can still get this old behavior with just one additional step. First, publish your post with the current date and time. This will publish it to your blog. Then, once it’s published, edit the post to change the date to the future and publish it again. We don’t re-schedule posts that are already published, so the post will stay on your blog but sort to the very top.
  • As with published posts, the post editor does not autosave scheduled posts if you go back and edit them. You wouldn’t want the post to publish while you’re in the middle of editing it! You can save the scheduled post as a draft to remove the scheduling and this will turn autosave back on.
  • In some testing we’ve found that schedule posting is not working for some FTP blogs. If you run across this, please let us know in the comments so we can try to track it down.


  1. Crise Brendan // June 22, 2013 at 2:39 AM  

    Exactly, there should be proper gap between the blog post, if we keep on posting multiple blogs, the user won't read it carefully and won't comment. If we post a blog after particular time period, the user actively participate in commenting.
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  2. App Development Company // March 28, 2017 at 1:22 AM  

    I hope you will keep on submitting new articles or blog posts & thank you for sharing your great experience with us.