How to schedule repeating posts on Facebook Pages

This post shows you how to schedule repeating posts on Facebook Pages.

Many Facebook Page admins often have themed posts for each day of the week, where followers engage with the post based on the theme. Some of the ones I have seen are:

  • It’s Monday, what are you working on today?
  • Happy Friday! What are your plans for the weekend?

Or you might have posts that you want to repeat every few months, or even once a year on the exact same date.

Here is how you can automate those posts so that you just set your posts to repeat, and they automatically post again at the interval you set.

How to schedule repeating posts on Facebook pages

  1. Connect your Facebook account to OneUp
  2. Click “Schedule a post”
  3. Select which Facebook account(s) you want to post to
  4. Create your post
  5. Choose how often you want your Facebook post to repeat
  6. Post it now, or schedule your repeating Facebook post for a later date

Here are those steps with screenshots:

OneUp is a Facebook-approved social media scheduling tool that allows you to repeat posts at set intervals .

Using OneUp you can click the Facebook button to connect your Pages and Groups.

Once your Page is connected, you are set to schedule a post. You can choose to post to multiple Facebook Pages, Groups, or other social networks at the same time. (For Facebook Groups, you must be the admin of the Group for OneUp to work)

You can add links, images, and videos to your post.

After, choose whether or not you want the post to repeat. You can choose any repeat interval you want. For example, this post will repeat once a week, and it will stop posting after it has been posted 5 times.

Then choose to post it now, or schedule it for the future.

OneUp makes it easy to schedule repeating posts on Facebook Pages, making an admin’s job much easier. Check it out at:

OneUp works with Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest, and Google My Business.

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