The new scheduled tweets on Twitter feature lets you publish your pre-composed tweets on a day and a time of your choosing. So, if you don’t mind using your PC to tweet something, try this feature. It works on both, macOS and Windows.
How to schedule tweets?
In addition to setting the time and date of the tweet to go live, the scheduled tweets on Twitter feature allow users to save drafts of their tweets. However, the draft is only visible through a web client and not your mobile app. The feature is great for Tweets that need to be published especially on weekends, evenings, or other busy times when you don’t have time to Tweet manually. So, let’s proceed to see how to schedule tweets for free.
- Launch Twitter Web app.
- Draft a tweet.
- Tap the calendar icon.
- In the schedule menu select the date, time, and time zone.
- Hit the Confirm button when done.
As the capability has been added to the Web app only, iOS or Android users cannot have access to the Twitter scheduling tool.
Can you schedule tweets in Twitter?
Yes anyone can schedule tweets from Twitter.com up to a year in advance on a desired date and time. Here’s how!
On your Mac or Windows Desktop, open the Twitter web app.
Under the Home box draft your tweet or the desired message.
Tap or choose the Calendar icon, seen at the bottom of the tweet editor to open the schedule menu.
Specify the Date, Time, and Time Zone. Use the drop-down boxes to select the desired options.
Once done, wrap up your tweet as normal and hit the Confirm button.
The action, when confirmed, will save the time and date you configured a few moments ago.
In the end, press the Schedule button.
That’s all there is to it! You have successfully scheduled your tweet from Twitter Web App.
To get an overview on how to schedule organic and Promoted-only Tweets, watch this video.
Also, read our previous post – How to see trends for specific locations from your Twitter account.