Twitter is launching two new features: The ability to save a tweet as a draft, as well as the ability to schedule a tweet to send at a specific time. The best part is these features are all directly available from the tweet composer window. Here8217;s everything you need to know.
Twitter has rolled out the option to save or schedule tweets, natively in the web app. In other words, there is no need for tweet scheduling tools anymore. The scheduling feature initially launched for a select group of users, though now it8217;s being rolled out more widely.
- Tap Unsent tweets.
- You will then see a tab with all your tweet drafts.
- Tap one to open and finish your tweet.
Alternatively, from the compose tweet window, tap the Calendar/schedule icon, and you will see a link to your scheduled tweets. From that menu, you will see a tab for draft tweets. Go there to see all your unsent tweets.
- From the compose tweet window, tap the Calendar/schedule icon.
- Select your date, time, and timezone.
- Confirm and hit the schedule button.
From the compose tweet window, tap Unsent tweets and then scheduled to see all your scheduled tweets. Tap one to open and edit your tweet. Alternatively, from the compose tweet window, tap the Calendar/schedule icon, and you will see a link to your scheduled tweets.
At launch, Twitter8217;s new features appear to be limited to Twitter.com on the web. We8217;ll let you know if they come to Twitter8217;s mobile apps. You do not need to click or update anything to get the features. They should appear automatically for you.