Allowing users to schedule blog posts in advance is one of the best features of WordPress.
One of the things that I have recently started doing is scheduling a few posts ahead of time just to have something to post in case something comes up.
Unfortunately WordPress schedule feature doesn’t work properly. Last month, I schedule 5 blog posts on one of my WordPress sites and noticed only 3 of those posts have been published. When I logged in to see, I found out it was a “Missing Schedule” Error.
If you have ever faced the “Missing Schedule” error than you know how frustrating it is, to come back to your site a few days later and see the error notification next to your blog post.
In this article, I will show you how to fix the Missing Schedule Error in WordPress.
WP Missed Schedule Fix Failed Posts
WP Missed Schedule is a great plugin and addresses the Missing schedule issue and makes sure that any posts that miss their schedule are published as soon as possible. This is a great solution for publishing blog posts on correct timing without decreasing any server performances.
The plugin find all missed schedule posts, during a failed cron job, and republish them correctly.
Here’s a step by step guide on how to install and set up the WP Missed Schedule plugin.
Step 1: Navigate to Plugins > Add New > search for “WP Missed Schedule” or if you’re familiar with installing plugins in WordPress than you might want to download it from the WordPress directory and upload it manually.
Step 2: Activate the plugin to help keep your get your posts published in a timely manner, even when they have missed the scheduled time.
If you’ve ever had one of your posts miss their schedule, I recommend trying WP Missed Schedule Fix Failed Posts out. Please let us know if you have any questions or comments regarding the WP Missing Schedule plugin.