Many bloggers don’t have to worry about expiring their older posts. But if you have time sensitive content on your site or running a premium content business, you will have to deal with this issue. Content Scheduler is a handy plugin that simplifies the process for you. It expires your posts for you and lets you control what happens to your expired posts.
Content Scheduler can change the status of your expired posts. It can also move these posts to a whole new category altogether. I don’t know about you but I prefer knowing when these changes happen to some of my posts. With this plugin, you can choose to get notified.
Using Content Scheduler is pretty easy. Just choose the date you want your posts to expire from data picker and the rest is easy. If your data picker does not show up, make sure you have enabled it in the back-end. Also make sure you are using the right timezone to expire your posts.
Overall, this is a pretty useful tool for people who have time sensitive content on their site. It saves you time managing your posts without you having to do everything manually. This plugin keeps you up-to-date with its notifications, so you can catch errors fast.