With Postcron you can select 4 types of Facebook accounts: Events, Groups, Profiles and Pages.

Adding them is quite simple, all you have to do is go to the Add Accounts section on Postcron and choose the type of account that you want to add: 

Note: Make sure you have logged on another tab into the Facebook profile that either owns, administrates or participates in the account you want to add. Postcron will always detect the account that is opened at the time. 

How to schedule posts on Facebook?

  1. Login to your Postcron account.
  2. Add your Facebook pages, groups, profiles or events.
  3. Select the accounts where you want to schedule your post.
  4. Create your post (it could be a just text post or a combination of text, images and/or link).
  5. Schedule your post or use the Post Now option.

Here is a video that shows you the full process:


Once you've added the accounts, here are some things you should know about publishing to each one of them:

NOTE: Facebook doesn't allow editing the title, description or image of a link. Keep in mind that the link will be published to Facebook with its original title, description and image, given that Facebook does not allow editing these fields.

  • Groups: According to Facebook rules implemented in May 2015, you can publish through an external app to Facebook groups you either own or administrate them. Have in mind that due these accounts being private, you can’t see in your Postcron account the posts scheduled for other users, even if you both have added the same social account on your own Postcron dashboards. Posts scheduled with Postcron will be published as native posts on Facebook groups so, the visibility of them will be the same that you had set on your group. 
  • Pages: The "published-by Postcron" line won't appear in your Fan page posts. They will be visible only to you and the other admins of the page, but your audience won't see them.
  • Profiles: Need to add more than one profile of the same social network? Check this article. 
  • Events: Have in mind that due these accounts being private, you can’t see in your Postcron account the posts scheduled for other users, even if you both have added the same social account on your own Postcron dashboards. Posts scheduled with Postcron will be published as native posts on Facebook events so, the visibility of them will be the same that was set on the event. 

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