Edgar fills up the Queue for you!  But how does a post actually get chosen for the Queue, in what order, and how often will it be posted?  Take a look:

How a post is queued

The first way a post makes it to the Queue is if you added a specific date and time for the post to be published when you created it.  Check out that option here: Advanced Settings When Adding a New Post.

But, the main way that content gets added to the Queue--and the reason Edgar is so special--is your Schedule.  Edgar's Schedule is a weekly recurring schedule.  That means you set it up once and then Edgar repeats it week after week.  So, you don't have to schedule each post individually.

When you add content to your Library, you put it into your categories.  And then you put your categories on the Schedule.

Edgar will pull a post from that category in your Library to be published at the time you set on your schedule.  And that's what you'll see in the Queue.  So for the example above, on Mondays at 9AM, you'll see a post from My Blog Posts in the Queue.

Order of posts in the queue

By default, Edgar will publish content from your Library in a last in, first out order.  So, fresh content takes priority over older stuff.  You can learn how to mix up this posting order here: Shuffle and Skip.

How often will the queue recycle my posts?*

This depends on how much content you have in a category and how often that category appears on the Schedule.  

For example, if you have 10 posts in a category and you put that category on your schedule 5 times, then those posts will recycle every 2 weeks.  

If things are showing up in the Queue a little more often than you'd like, add more content to that category or reduce the time slots for that category on the Schedule.  And check out our best practices for the Queue: 

Queue Best Practices: How to Strike the Perfect Balance with Your Social Media Content

*Note: Content is not repeated for Twitter to comply with their terms and conditions. Posts will be published to Twitter one time only and then retired.  To keep your evergreen content posting for Twitter, check out Edgar's Variations feature.

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