In addition to saving your advertisements as drafts or reactivating them, you also have the opportunity to schedule your advertisement(s) for a specific date and time in the future. This gives you more freedom in planning your advertisements as you no longer have to click 'Publish' yourself at the desired time.
This is how it works:
Prepare your advertisement as you usually would.
In the last step of the advertisement creation, click the new 'Schedule' button at the bottom.
A popup window opens.
Select the date and time when your advertisement should be published.
If you are happy with your choices, click 'Save' on the popup window.
Your advertisement is now scheduled and will be published at the defined time. On "My profile" you can see the scheduled advertisement, with the date and time for publication on each advertisement.
If there is something you would like to change about your advertisement, you can simply click the 'edit' button next to the ad. Change the information, targeting or publication time as desired.
If you no longer want to schedule your advertisement: Go to 'edit' and simply save your ad as a draft.
A note on credits:
As soon as you click 'Save' on the scheduling popup the credits for the advertisement will be deduced from your credit account according to your selected target audience. These credits will appear as 'pending' on your credit overview ('My Profile' and 'Dashboard').
If you make changes to the target audience before publication, the credits will be deduced from your account (if you increase your audience) or booked back to your account (if you decrease your audience) when you schedule it again.
If you save your scheduled advertisement as a draft or if you delete your scheduled ad the credits will be booked back to your account so you can use them for a new ad.
In case the target audience of your advertisement is smaller on the day of publication than when you scheduled the advertisement , the credit difference will be booked back to your account. You only pay for the actually targeted shops.