Symphony is an all-in-one dashboard to publish, schedule, and manage your content on Facebook, Twitter, and Linkedin.

The Hottest Queue in the West

Howdy partners! As of today, scheduling your social media posts with Symphony just got sleeker with queues. We’ve replaced the multiple date and time selections with a single ‘Queue’ button. Symphony will slot posts to be published at the next available time in your queue. You can see and edit your queues under ‘Auto Post’ in the main menu.

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Don’t Look Like a Robot, Use Approximate Times

Publishing every day at 4pm sharp looks automated. We want your posts to feel as human as you are so we’ve built in a ‘Use Approximate Times’ option. This allows your posts to publish at a random time within a certain window. For example, a 4 pm timeslot with a 15 minute window will publish anytime between 3:45 and 4:15.

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You’ve got a default queue for each profile in your account. We’ve set them up to the optimum publishing times for each platform. There is nothing to “turn on” nor “activate”. But if you want to customize a queue, of course you can. Click on the queue calendar to add, change or remove timeslots. Try it, it’s easy.

You get a separate queue for every profile. And you can select different times for different days as well. There is no limit on the number of timeslots you can set up.

What if I’ve Already Scheduled Posts Before this Update?

They will still go out at the exact time you had scheduled. You don’t need to change anything.

How Does This Effect My Blog Syndication?

It doesn’t. Your blog posts will continue to go out as you publish them.

That’s all for now folks. Happy publishing!


  1. LOVE LOVE LOVE my new Symphony tools! And these enhancements just made it even better! If FB would only allow the RSS feed auto posts to have big pics I think we would be near perfect! We can still hope they change their stance. Until then, Symphony still contains all the parts I was doing with several other tools, but all in one place. THANK YOU (yes, I’m shouting.)

  2. Tara Kelly says:

    Thanks Michelle! We’re also hoping to work out a solution with Facebook regarding the large image syndication but in the meantime we had to take it down (or they kept blocking us!).

    Glad you like the queue and YOU’RE WELCOME (tee-hee, I feel like we should high five now).