Not all changes or new features introduced by Facebook get a lot of attention.
Word Press, as one of the most popular blogging platforms in the world, offers the ability for users to change the date on their posts, both before and after they have been published. You can set a post to appear in the future, scheduling your content drops. What about changing the date on a current post to make it look older? How can it be used, legitimately and illegitimately, and what is Google’s opinion on the practice?
You can write and upload a dozen posts all at once, and set them to appear at set, reasonable intervals. Sometimes, you have no choice but to make a drastic site move.
After selecting the year, a drop-down for month appears.
Selecting the month will make the day selector appear.
Word Press articles that you publish to your website can be scheduled to publish in the future as well as backdated.