What is a Cron Job?
A Cron job is a task which is scheduled to run at a specific time automatically. For example, a Cron job can back up a file every six hours automatically.
FS Poster is using the standard WordPress Cron Jobs for background shares and Scheduled posts. The default WordPress Cron Jobs might cause delays in your Schedules or background shares. Because, by default, WordPress does not use a real Cron job. Instead, whenever a page is loaded on a WordPress site by any user, WordPress runs the Cron Job Tasks. If nobody visits your WordPress site, your tasks will not run. As a result, your scheduled tasks will delay.
To resolve these issues, you should disable the default virtual WordPress Cron Job, and configure a real Cron job. To do this, follow the instruction below:
After setting up the Cron Jobs you can see the result by going to FS Poster > General settings > Cron Job section. You can see how many minute(s) ago the last Cron Job ran.