It's finally here. With the Twitter web app, users can finally plan tweets. In the past, you had to rely on clients like Tweetdeck to plan tweets that would be automatically tweeted at the specified time. However, keep in mind that you cannot schedule tweets more than 18 months in advance.
When creating a tweet, simply tap the calendar icon below and select the date and time you want your tweet to be sent live. The social media giant has been experimenting with this feature since last year, but has finally made it publicly available for the web app. How it works:
Another new feature on Twitter is the ability to save a tweet as a draft. Simply tap the & # 39; X & # 39; in the upper left corner of the Tweet composer and then select the Save button . To access your saved tweets, open the creation panel and select the Drafts option above. Note, however, that drafts saved on Twitter's web client are not synced with the mobile app.