How to Postable: Scheduling Your Cards

HowToSo you’d like to write a card now, but hold off on sending it for later? Getting a head start on sending out those Birthday Day cards is really easy. You have two options when it comes to scheduling your cards.

Option 1. Schedule 1 Card

If you’re only scheduling a single card, you’ll want to do this while you’re writing your card by clicking on the ‘Schedule card’ button (located next to the ‘change font’ button).
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Option 2. Schedule an entire Project

So you just wrote out 10 Valentine’s Day cards, but it’s still January… Don’t worry, you can just schedule them all at once in the cart. Once you’ve gotten the project all the way into your cart, click on the ”Schedule for later’ to set an estimated arrival date for every card in that project.schedule_04 schedule_05

 

9 Comments

    • Postable
      Postable

      Hi!

      So long as the card has not been placed in the mail, you can email and cancel the card.

      If you need any assistance, email info@postable.com.

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  • Dawn Benbow

    For option 2, can you schedule a project to individual people? Will their name be on the card or does it have to be generic with no name?

    • Postable
      Postable

      Hi!

      Yup, the project will be mailed out to individual people. You’re just choosing to have all the cards mailed out on one day. First, you’ll create the cards to individual people, then you schedule them at checkout.

      If you need help with your project, email info@postable.com and they’ll take care of you!

      Regina

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