Building an audience on LinkedIn is all about consistency—but logging in to post, reply to comments, and plan content every day can be a hassle.
That's why more and more professionals are turning to automated LinkedIn schedulers. These tools let you create and schedule all your LinkedIn content for a specific period in one go, so you can keep up a steady posting cadence without the manual labor.
At Scheduled, we’ve spent a lot of time testing LinkedIn schedulers in the process of building our own solution—we know what to look for. So, in this guide, we’ll be introducing you to a few of our favorite tools for automating your LinkedIn content.
Let’s dive in!
Scheduling is (unsurprisingly) the core feature of LinkedIn scheduler tools. Rather than posting LinkedIn content manually, you can use a LinkedIn scheduler to create and schedule content for days, weeks, or even months in advance.
Beyond that, many LinkedIn schedulers offer additional features like:
For an example of a LinkedIn Scheduler, consider Scheduled.
Our tool links LinkedIn to Notion—allowing you to draft and schedule your LinkedIn content directly inside of your Notion workspace. You can add hashtags and tags, format text, upload images and videos… anything you need to make your posts look great.
Multitasking leads to lower quality work.
The fewer little things vying for your attention, the better you can focus on what matters most. With an automated LinkedIn scheduler, you can create all your posts for a week in one sitting and free up more of your time for deep, focused work on important projects.
Posting regularly helps build relationships with followers —but it can be challenging to stay consistently active without pre-planning.
Scheduling tools help you create batches of posts at once and send them out based on the best times for your audience. This way, you don’t have to worry about forgetting to share something—and you should see increased reach and engagement as a result.
Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn… they all have different algorithms and requirements when it comes to post frequency, length, timing, etc.
Scheduling tools offer insights into what content resonates with your audience, what times are the most effective to post, and how often content needs to be posted for maximum reach. This data can help inform your strategy as you’re building out a content calendar.
Cost is an important factor for many users—and plenty of LinkedIn scheduling tools are… expensive.
Just ask Clément Marianne (co-founder of Gaspach.io). He used to use a major LinkedIn scheduling tool that cost him €100/month. He later switched to Scheduled and got the same features at a price point that was 10X cheaper.
The tool you choose should make your life easier. Feature bloat and confusing UIs are common traits with LinkedIn schedulers, but they’re not necessary. Look for a tool that’s intuitive and has an uncluttered interface, so you can focus on the end goal—creating content and getting it out there.
For example, Scheduled’s drafting and scheduling workflow is entirely based in Notion. If you already use Notion to organize your thoughts, Scheduled fits easily into your existing workflow.
Posting content regularly can give a major boost to your LinkedIn profile, but the content still needs to be good.
How do you know what content is good content? With analytics—look for a tool that can help you unpack impressions and engagement to figure out what resonates with your audience. This makes it much easier to replicate successes and avoid repeat failures.
Here are five of the best LinkedIn scheduler tools in the market. Before we dive into the details, here’s the list:
Scheduled is a LinkedIn scheduler that lets you write, organize, and schedule posts from your Notion workspace.
The process of connecting Scheduled, Notion, and LinkedIn only takes about five minutes—after that, you can start writing LinkedIn posts and scheduling them to be published. Our tool supports all of LinkedIn’s post formatting options—you can tag accounts, add hashtags, include images and videos, use lists, and more.
Once you’ve started posting, you can also view key reach and engagement metrics that help you track the performance of your LinkedIn posts.
Scheduled offers two pricing options:
Solo also comes with a 14-day free trial, so you can try before you buy.
AuthoredUp is a tool that lets you draft, store, and analyze your LinkedIn content.
It currently integrates and directs users to LinkedIn’s native scheduling feature to schedule posts, but the team is working on a way to schedule posts using the AuthoredUp Chrome extension and web app.
Choose from AuthoredUp’s three main pricing options—Individual ($19.95/month), Business ($14.95/profile/month), and Enterprise (custom).
Publer is a social media management tool that can schedule posts across LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, and more. If you’re specifically looking for a multichannel tool that supports LinkedIn, this is definitely an option to consider.
In addition to scheduling, Publer offers post previews, a Canva integration, an editorial calendar, and AI Assist—a feature that lets you quickly generate content to post.
Publer offers three pricing subscriptions—Free, Professional ($12+/month), and Business ($21+/month). Prices increase when you add additional social accounts and users.
Metricool is a multichannel scheduling tool (with LinkedIn support, of course) that offers a great selection of reports and analytics features.
It’s easy to schedule a month's worth of content in advance, optimizing posting times and hashtags for maximum impact. The platform can also analyze competitors to uncover what’s working for them.
Metricool offers a free plan with basic features and three paid plans—Starter ($18/month), Advanced ($45/month), and Enterprise ($139/month).
Taplio is an all-in-one LinkedIn marketing tool that offers scheduling, lead generation, engagement tools, and analytics.
Taplio offers generative AI that aims to content creation from a time-consuming task to an efficient process. You can create short- or long-form posts, carousels, messages, and replies in seconds, or manually create, save, and schedule content.
Taplio offers three plans—Starter ($39/month), Standard ($52/month), and Pro ($149/month). All plans include a 7-day free trial and come with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
LinkedIn scheduler tools provide a systematic and efficient way to manage your online presence. With these tools, you can schedule posts, analyze performance, and maintain a consistent and engaging profile.
At Scheduled, we give Notion users (and would-be Notion users) a simple, effective way to create, plan, and schedule LinkedIn posts with ease. Use Notion’s native editor to craft your content and schedule posts by dragging and dropping.
Try Scheduled for free today!