Now that we’ve talked about using the auto-ducking feature, today let’s look at how to schedule an episode in Spreaker Studio for Desktop. This is the second post in our new one “How-To” blog series to help you better understand how to use the Spreaker platform. Post by post, we’ll focus on each of the apps and features Spreaker brings to the community, breaking down the steps using handy graphics.
When planning your podcast, you know the importance of recording your next episode well in advance of its release to the world. With Spreaker Studio for Desktop, you can do the whole process in one place: record, save, schedule and publish without worry!
Record with Spreaker Studio
The first thing to do is to record your episode (we recommend using a good microphone).
Personalize the episode
Give it a strong title and add a picture. Drag one into the app and place it on the square provided for it (there is helpful: DROP IMAGE HERE). Remember that the picture should be larger than 400 × 400 pixels and smaller than 5 MB!
Then just click the PUBLISH button. A window will then appear where you can manage all of the episode’s settings, including when and what time your episode should be published. Check the Publish later option, set the time and date, and then click PUBLISH. Tip: To give your podcast more reach, write a good description and automatically share episodes with your social media accounts. If you click on the logos in the upper right corner of the window, you can easily activate the automatic sharing for Facebook, Twitter, Soundcloud, Tumblr and You Tube!
Check it out on your profile
You can then find your scheduled episode with the other published episodes in your account. In a pinch, find it by clicking the gray PUBLISHED EPISODES button. (If you’d like to edit or delete it again, just click on one of the icons to the right of the episode.)
Now you can start recording another episode! Just go through the process again, starting with the first GIF!
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