WP-CLI

If your web host has WP-CLI installed, you can run the following commands at the command line:

Repost

Runs the Repost command, behaving as if WordPress’ Cron ran the Repost event.

By default, the Repost WordPress Cron Event will run daily.  If you prefer to use WP-CLI, either automatically or manually, you’ll want to disable the scheduled WordPress Cron Event to prevent duplicate reposting. Refer to the Repost Settings Documentation to disable the scheduled WordPress Cron Event.

wp wp-to-buffer-pro-repost --post_types=

Parameter Description
--post_types= Optional; one or more Post Types to Repost (Post Types must have Repost Status(es) defined).
--post_types=post: Posts
--post_types=post,page: Posts and Pages
--test_mode Optional; if specified, Reposting will dryrun, meaning that statuses are not sent to Buffer.  The results are displayed in the console and (if enabled) in the Log.

Bulk Publish

Runs the Bulk Publish command, behaving as if the user has selected WordPress Posts through the Bulk Publish functionality.

wp wp-to-buffer-pro-bulk-publish --ids=

Parameter Description
--ids= Required; one or more Post IDs to Bulk Publish to Buffer (The Posts, or their Post Types, must have Bulk Publish Status(es) defined).
--ids=1,2: Bulk Publish Post IDs 1 and 2
--test_mode Optional; if specified, Bulk Publishing will dryrun, meaning that statuses are not sent to Buffer.  The results are displayed in the console and (if enabled) in the Log.