Setting up your PostHaste account

A visual guide to getting connected on PostHaste

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Written by Lindsey Ziccardi
Updated over a week ago

Step 1: Login through WordPress

From the PostHaste login screen, click the Login with WordPress button.

If you are not already logged into your organization's WordPress blog, you will be asked to Log In. If you do not remember your credentials, use the Lost your password? link at the bottom of the form.

You will then be asked to authorize PostHaste to access your organization's blog. This authorization allows PostHaste to create posts on your behalf. Click Authorize to finalize your account creation.

Step 2: Update your profile

When you initially log in, you'll be taken to the post creation page. Ignore this for now and go to the Settings page. You'll find this in the navigation at the top of the page.

Upload an image and add a one or two sentence byline to be included in your articles. These fields save automatically.

Step 3: Connect your social media accounts (optional)

If you would rather login through one of your social media accounts, click the appropriate buttons on the Settings page to connect to each account. Unconnected accounts appear in grey. Connected accounts appear in blue with your profile link to the right.

It's recommended to connect at least one account, in case you have trouble remembering your WordPress username and password.

Next time you visit PostHaste, you'll be able to login via any accounts you've connected.

Still Have Questions?

If there is anything else we can assist you with, you can contact PostHaste Support either by emailing or through the Intercom chat button in the bottom right of the site.

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