Announcing 'Planner' – a Visual Planner for your Instagram Grid – Schedugram

Announcing ‘Planner’ – a Visual Planner for your Instagram Grid

We’re pleased to announce Planner – a way of visually planning how your posts will look like on an Instagram grid.

The way it works is that you can drag content from your drafts into the grid, move the posts around (both scheduled, queued and draft posts) and then make any changes necessary to “save” the posts to look just the way that you want. It works particularly well with our queue feature, as then you will be able to reorder your posts and they will automatically change time/date based on your queue posting times.

Make sure that after you have made your grid look just the way you want it, you click the ‘submit’ button in the bottom right to save all of the changes that you have made all at once. You’ll see in the timeline in the right-hand side if you still need to adjust any times to make sure that the ordering is correct!

Keen to give it a try? Here’s a quick tutorial you can follow.

To get started, log in to your Schedugram account, upload some posts and save them as drafts (unless you already have some ready and waiting).

Then, click on the Planner icon in the sidebar menu on the app’s home page (see below).

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This will open the planner. As you can see below, you can now drag your draft posts over onto the planner interface. You can arrange them in any pattern you like and see exactly what they’ll look like on your grid.

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Once you’ve great a great-looking grid, click on the images on the right-hand side to add them to your queue or schedule them, and then click Submit Changes. After that, you can sit back and relax knowing Schedugram will post them for you automatically at the times you specified.

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Need some inspiration to get the creative juices flowing? Check out the eye-catching grid layouts in this article.

If you have any feedback, please feel free to let us know! Just shoot an email to [email protected] or click the ‘Help & Feedback’ button on the dashboard.

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Hugh Stephens

Hugh runs Schedugram, and has strong opinions about the future of the social media space.

4 comments

  1. Is there a way to export it where you can see your posts and copy in a grid as well?

    1. But the option isn’t available in my app… And I have the latest version of the app 😭

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