Twitter earlier this week introduced the ability to schedule tweets from its web application. This feature was previously required by using other tools such as Tweetdeck and Buffer.
Twitter has made this possible only in its web application. The Twitter mobile application on Android and iOS does not yet have this feature. There are no words when Twitter plans to launch it. Twitter has already begun testing scheduling tweets Last November.
For better monitoring of Tweetdeck social media, Social Buffer and Sprout are still recommended. But if you only need to schedule a tweet then doing it from the Twitter web application is enough. And this is how you can do it.
-Open the compose tweet box and type your tweet.
-Once done, tap the calendar with the timer icon.
-This You can choose the date and time you want your tweet to appear.
-Twitter lets you schedule tweets for up to 18 months in the future.
Tweets that you schedule from the web application will also appear on Tweetdeck. If not, you can also check scheduled tweets from the “Scheduled Tweets” tab below.
Indonesia also introduces concepts for web applications available on mobile applications. Now whenever you leave the compose box without posting a tweet, you will be asked to save the tweet later. You can also check tweets that have not been sent and send them later whenever needed.