Twitter continues to prove itself extremely useful for those willing to use a social network for discussions rather than photos and to make highly important announcements like who they’re drinking with in a bar. Twitter was launched 14 years ago, and it’s still receiving plenty of love.
After many demands, Twitter granted the wish of its users and finally implemented the feature of scheduled posts (aka ‘tweets’) within its website. This is a great move for those who want their tweets posted at certain hours without having to set a reminder for that.
Scheduling tweets is easy
Learning how to schedule a tweet within the website doesn’t require to be a skilled programmer or any tech geek. Anybody can do it, just follow the steps below:
- Open Twitter and begin writing a new tweet.
- Click or tap the calendar icon from the bottom of the tweet editor so that you’ll open the schedule menu.
- Select the date, time, and time zone for your tweet to post at. Use the drop-down boxes for this, then the rest is obvious. That’s all. The tweet will post itself at the time and date you chose. Congratulations!
Also, it’s worth knowing that by closing the composer and choosing the “Save Draft” option, you can continue to work at your tweet later. When you need to return to work on a specific tweet (or draft), the process is simple: select ‘Scheduled tweets’ after clicking the calendar button, and select ‘Drafts’.
Twitter itself made the big announcement about the tweet scheduling feature within its own network:
— Twitter Support (@TwitterSupport) May 28, 2020
That’s all you need to know about scheduling tweets on the social network’s website, and you’re now free to check out the new feature as much as you want. If you don’t have a Twitter account already, you must know that creating one is easy and free of charge.