WordPress is All The Craze these days as loads of webmasters are making the most from this CMS by creating attractive websites. The CMS is popular mainly due to its speed, efficiency, user-friendly functions and plugins.

Plugins are used to empower your website with lots of powerful features that make your blogging endeavors well-organized and swift. With the right plugins, it is quite easy to boost up the performance of your website and make it a magnetizing platform. These plugins are quite useful, especially, for those webmasters who either run multiple sites or blogs with multiple authors. Since they don’t have enough time to write or review dozens of contents while posting them in a timely fashion, they can use post scheduling and management plugin to make this task less hectic but more speedy.

In today’s write-up, we’ll present some of the most popular scheduling and management plugins that’ll improve the usability of your WP site and make your work more efficient.

1.    Content Audit


Once installed and configured properly, this plugin can be accessed through the WP edit screen. Content Audit gives you the ability to mark any post for review if it lacks SEO practices or contains style error. Apart from that you also have the complete rights to make different categories where you can put redundant or outdated content. Given that it comes with a built-in set of categories, you can erase those categories and create new ones if you want. You can assign ids to different authors and mark the notification box to notify them if a post is outdated. It is a must-have plugin for beginner bloggers.

2.    Co-Author Plus


Tired of managing multiple posts and pages? Why don’t you try out Co-Author plugin? It is a very simple to use plugin that comes with an “instant-search” box. This plugin allows you to assign authors to your different pages, posts or custom categories. The plugin has been downloaded by more than 50,000 users and it has a user rating of 4.5 stars. With this plugin by your side, you can manage your collaborative blog posts without going crazy, guaranteed.

3.    Editorial Calendar


Sometimes it is quite difficult to remember when a particular write-up has been scheduled for posting, especially by those bloggers who prefer to set advance publishing schedules. Nonetheless, with this dynamic plugin all your problems come to an end. Editorial plugin offers you a simple and easy interface – calendar – where you can quickly edit your posts. You can also drag and drop the posts to any date you want it to publish. Another great thing about it is that it is available in different languages for the sake of user convenience.

4.    WP-CMS Post Control

wp-cms post control

As the name implies, this plugin lets you manage the control of different post editors of your blog. With it, you can easily assign certain controls to any editor you want. You can assign any type of tasks to the editors via this plugin such as hide/unhide any category, post discussions, etc.

5.    Edit Flow


It is an editors-collaborative tool that empowers you to control different editorial features of your WP blog with ease. With this tool, you can easily set custom status for any posts or pages and add editorial meta(s) as well. This plugin is great for those bloggers who have a huge staff of authors and editors as they can easily manage the work of their staff with precision and accuracy.

6.    Auto-Schedule Posts


As the name implies, through this plugin the webmaster can set the schedule of multiple posts with just a single click. Once configured, it can greatly assist you in setting the publishing schedule for your blog posts. By configuring certain parameters of the plugin, you can set an article for weekly, alternative or daily posting.