Twitter now allows users to schedule tweets in advance when composing a tweet on the web version of social media platform. Previously, this was a feature that was only available on third-party tools.

When users are using Twitter on a web browser, an option will appear to schedule a tweet from the composer screen.

You can schedule a tweet in a few simple steps.

  • Compose your tweet.
  • Rather than clicking send, click the calendar icon as shown in the following image.

Users are given the option to schedule tweets at any time up to 18 months in advance.

From the pop-up window, specify the data and time you want your tweet to go out.

From this window, you can see a list of any scheduled tweets, allowing you to make adjustments as needed.

Not only can you schedule tweets now on the web version, Twitter is also getting the ability to save drafts. Something that has been available on the mobile version, it hasn’t been supported on the web version of Twitter, until now.

Compose your tweet, then click on the “X” button to close out of it. Twitter will ask if you want to save the current tweet or delete it.

SourceMatt Southern