Post Editor Button for Social Media

I was not comfortable with the fact that Social Media plugins were posting the content right when you published the post. I wanted to check my published post first and then push it to social. So I created a button that shows up inside the Post Editor and allows you to fire a webhook. In order for that to work, you need the plugin WP Webhooks installed. Inside the WP Webhooks – Send data settings you find a section for Post Button. There you define the webhook that should be fired.

Now you will find a button in the Post Settings of the Gutenberg editor. Pressing this button will fire the webhook you have defined, which serves for pushing your content to an automation tool like n8n or Zapier, which will publish your content to any social media platform you like.

The plugin is quite simple and will not need many updates. Unless I add some new features, do not expect much updates here, since they will not be needed in such a simple plugin. If there are any questions, contact me.

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