Have the system automatically plan random posts

When I'm creating posts for Twitter or any other service, I'd like to be able to have the dashboard randomly publish my poss up until a specific date/time in a way which adheres with the posting policies of all social sites, and without me having to manually sit down and schedule posts to repeat every however long.

Also, it could have a simple "posting intensity" option to choose whether I want the post to be published (e.g very often, often, scarcely, random)

This way, if I have a tweet which is regarding an offer which ends on the 25th of December, I can schedule it twice. The first one will be for the month of November where it will be sent out "Often" e.g once every 2-4 days ending on the 1st of December, and then a second post scheduled to go out from the 1st until the 25th of December which is set to go out "Very Often" (which might be every 24 hours)

This way, I don't have to sit down and manually schedule each post to go out this often, or have to set up and edit the queue (plus having a specific queue for that post) and I could just do it with the click of a button.

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  • Apr 15 2020
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  • Allan McNabb commented
    16 Apr 14:39

    It would be great to have the ability to set the posting parameters for a queue in addition to individual posts. If we can set the parameters for a queue, it would save a great deal of time, plus this would be necessary when auto curating from RSS feeds.

  • Guest commented
    15 Apr 13:49

    Plus, the system would cross-check scheduled posts, and make sure no posts clash with other already scheduled/queued/sent posts, to the same or other services