Calendar

You can schedule your communication in advance using the Studio calendar. The calendar allows you to view your posts in a clear calendar or list format for easy planning. You can access the calendar from the Calendar tab in the Studio if you have "Access Multichannel Studio" permission.

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Open the mini preview

On the calendar, you can see a preview of each post on the day it was or will be published. To see more information on the post, including the post creator, communication channels, audience, languages, and analytics, you can select the post to open a mini preview.

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You can open a post by selecting Open full post in the mini preview. You can also duplicate a post in the mini preview. This will open the editor view with the duplicated post's information pre-filled.

Drag and drop a post

If you wish to reschedule a post that you have already scheduled, you can simply drag and drop it to another day. Note that the publishing time will remain the same as previously set. Please keep in mind that you can only edit and reschedule drafts and scheduled posts that you have created. You cannot edit or reschedule posts created by other users.

Any drafts you have created but not scheduled are visible in the left sidebar of the calendar. Drafts in the sidebar are only visible to the post creator. You can drag and drop your own drafts in the calendar. A post dragged from the draft section and dropped on a day becomes a planned draft.

If you want to unplan one of your drafts, drag it back to the draft section. If your post is under approval or has been approved, you cannot drag it unless you withdraw it from approval first.

Filter the calendar

You can filter the calendar to only show posts that match the criteria you set. For example, posts by author, publisher, audience, channels, or with certain keywords, etc. To show available filtering options, select the filter icon next to the Only my posts button.

In the Contains filter, you can only search with full keyword(s) found in the post's title, e.g., searching for only "mark" will not show posts with a title including the word "marketing."

After adding filters, select Apply filter to apply them and Reset if you want to return to an unfiltered view.

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