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Reposter.app

Organize, schedule and share posts on X for free in minutes

Easily manage and distribute social posts on X with Reposter app! This self-hosted Next.js app has everything you need for organizing, scheduling, and sharing content for free in just minutes. Boost your presence on X by posting more consistently.

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Around a month ago, I made the decision to expand my audience on X. While observing the strategies of fellow users, it became clear that I needed publish valuable posts more often during the week. Furthermore, I found myself in need of a tool to save others' posts, allowing me to modify and republish them in the future. This tool wasn't just about saving; it had to effectively organize the posts. Unable to find any valuable free alternatives, I opted to develop my own solution, which could be published for free without incurring any server costs. This led to the creation of Reposter.app, a Next.js scheduler connected to a MongoDB database. The key features include: - Saving posts in the backlog - Body rewriting through ChatGPT - Scheduling posts for future publication - Instantly publishing posts - Themeable interface - Mobile-first UI It's now hosted for free on Vercel, with access to a free Atlas instance of MongoDB. Images are stored on S3. Essentially, I only pay (almost nothing) for ChatGPT calls. Now, I can schedule entire weeks of posts, organize them with tagging, and even rewrite them using the integrated ChatGPT. That's awesome. In line with the current trend, I opted for a one-time payment model and began selling access to the repository yesterday. This allows other X users to initiate their editorial calendar scheduling for free. What do you think?

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