Whether you use WordPress CMS for personal or professional blogging, eCommerce portal, news or magazine columns, it is very important to take backups. Here, in our today’s post we have compiled a list of some of the best free scheduled plugins for WordPress that are useful for your wordpress blogs. Don’t forget to subscribe to our RSS-feed and follow us on Twitter and Facebook for recent updates.
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1. WP Missed Schedule Fix Failed Future Posts
This plugin not decrease server performance why check the internal WordPress virtual cron job, to not waste resources, and not the real cron job of the server at scale. This plugin check and fix only missed schedule failed future posts scheduled virtual cron job items, and no others, to not waste resources.
2. Easy Scheduled Posts
This easy to use WordPress plugin is designed to add a new feature for theme developers. Used on many of my own websites as well as those of my clients, the plugin allows me to quickly add a collection of scheduled posts to any theme element.
3. Post Status Menu Items
This plugin is useful for people who regularly use all or most of the post statuses with Posts, Pages, or Custom Post Types. Show each post status and number of posts with that status (e.g. “Drafts (7)”) in each post type’s admin menu. Show the number of Posts with each post status in the “Right Now” / “At a Glance” admin Dashboard Widget.
4. WP Scheduled Themes
This plugin allows a wordpress administrator to schedule a different theme to display on the website for holidays or special events for all visitors. The theme will be overridden on the live site for all people who visit the site. Great for setting a Christmas theme!
The ‘Future’ plugin allows posts with future scheduled dates to be integrated into a site. This can be useful, for example, with events that have associated dates in the future. Such future posts can, with this plugin, be displayed, both individually and in archive lists.
6. Quick Review Post Access
Adds a link to ‘Pending’, ‘future’ (scheduled) and ‘Drafts’ under the Posts, Pages, and other custom post type sections in the admin side menu. Compatible with WordPress 3.0+.
7. Scheduled Posts Calendar
This plugin shows a Calendar (on admin area) with scheduled posts. If you like the Scheduled Posts Calendar plugin, please rate and review it here in the WordPress Plugin Directory.
8. Display Future Posts
Small Plugin to display future posts as a list. You can use the sidebar widget or you call the method display_future_posts() to display the future posts where ever you want.
9. Improved Cron
This plugin may help. Also provides insight into WP Cron exactly like the Cron View plugin. This plugin will visit your site every minute and thereby ensure that your cron jobs run on time. It is mostly intended for people who can’t use real cron for some reason.
10. Scheduled Slides for Soliloquy
Scheduled Slides will add a begin and expiration date to each slide you add within Soliloquy. This gives you the ability to add slides that you don’t want to display just yet. It also lets you set an expiration date for those time sensitive slides.