Finally Twitter will now allow users to schedule tweets from its Web App


Social Media Platform Twitter will now allow users to schedule tweets from its Web app

Twitter is an American microblogging and social networking service on which users post and interact with messages known as “tweets”. Registered users can post, like, and retweet tweets, but unregistered users can only read them. Users access Twitter through its website interface, through Short Message Service (SMS) or its mobile-device application software (“app”).

After millions of requests by the users, Twitter has now finally added the scheduling feature to its web app. The feature will allow users to schedule tweets at a particular time they will too. After launching this feature users will no more need any third-party services like Tweetdeck and more to schedule tweets.

How to schedule a tweet on Twitter by its own Web app?

Follow the below steps to schedule a tweet on Twitter:

  1. Open Twitter in your web browser
  2. After Logging in to your account, press on the tweet button to tweet
  3. Write the content whatever you want to tweet
  4. After writing you can see a small calendar with a timer icon at the bottom of the tweetTwitter scheduling
  5. Select the date and time you want to schedule your tweet.
  6. After selecting the date and time press the confirm button at the top right of the tweet and then schedule in the main window.
  7. Done!

Twitter also mentions that you can now save draft tweets in the web app. However, the drafts which you write on the web app will sync only to other instances of the web app. This means if you are writing a draft tweet on your mobile app then it will not sync to the web app and vice versa.

Twitter also tweeted about the new feature with a video on its official account that can be checked below:

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