You probably have noticed it, but every time you post a new entry to your WordPress website, there’s an option where you can assign a category.
If you fail to categorize the new post, it’ll automatically be grouped under the “uncategorized” folders.
It’s very important that you categorize your post for organization.
When you categorize a post, your readers can easily find content on your website. It’ll also help you sort out your content.
Thankfully, there’s a neat way on how to automatically categorize your post on WordPress without exerting any effort.
All you have to do is choose a default category and the next time you post something, that post will automatically be group under your chosen default category.
In this post, I’ll share a comprehensive step-by-step procedure (with photos) on how you can change your default category.
Changing the default category on WordPress
- Go to “Settings” > click “Writing”.
- Find the “Default Post Category” > select the category you want to be default. For example, I’ll select “Blogging Tips” as my default category.