The social networking app Twitter now letting the users draft and schedule the Tweets of the user. While the Draft feature is available for all devices, but schedule tweets are only available for the web users as of now.
Unlike the inline composer, the pop-up composer only saved the text as long as you stayed on Twitter. Now, you can specifically save tweets to resume writing them later.
The new schedule feature makes things easier for the users to send out tweets. At the time of composing a new Tweet, you will see a new time calendar icon placed on the bottom row of icons in the compose window.
How to draft Tweets on Twitter:-
Earlier when you click out of the pop-up composer, the website would usually ask if you want to discard the current tweet or finish it. Now Twitter has redesigned the window to Save Tweet.
- Open your Twitter account and click the Tweet Compose button.
- Once you typed a new tweet and click outside of the pop-up composer. You will get a Save Tweet window, click save button in that window.
- When you begin composing a new tweet later, you’ll see an “Unsent Tweets” button in the top right corner of the composer. Click on the “Unsent Tweets” to view the drafted tweets.
- Select the desired tweet and tweet.
- Also, Twitter provides an edit option in the Unsent Tweets page to remove the tweet from the list.
You should keep in mind that this does mean that the feature only works if you’re using the pop-up tweet composer.
How to schedule tweet on Twitter:-
- Once typed the tweet click the calendar icon placed on the bottom of the window.
- Select the desired date/time and click confirm.
- Now click the schedule button to schedule the tweet.
How to view a scheduled tweet?
- Click the tweet button and tap “Unsent Tweets” in the pop-up window.
- Now select “schedule” tab to view and edit scheduled tweets.