Schedule or Draft Your Tweets from Twitter Web App.


Twitter now allows users to schedule tweets right from the Twitter web app to send at a specific time. Now users can also save draft tweets to post them later.

Twitter had originally said it was “experimenting” with the feature back in November, and if you didn’t get access to that feature, you can use Tweetdeck or another third-party service that supported this schedule tweets feature.  

Schedule Tweets to send at a specific time. 

Twitter recently launch Schedule Tweets option to post any tweet at a specific time. However, this feature is only available from the Twitter web app. To use this feature:

Open your Twitter account on the web and compose a tweet, you can see a little calendar icon on the bottom row of icons of the tweet window.

schedule tweet option.

Click on that calendar icon, now you can set Date, Time, and Time zone for scheduling your tweet to send at a specific time. Click on Confirm to save.

Set schedule time and date.

You can also see all scheduled tweets by clicking on the ‘Schedule Tweets’ option from that window. 

Save Draft Tweets in the Twitter desktop. 

Before, save draft tweets feature was only available on Twitter's mobile app and now you can use this feature on the Twitter web app too.

To use this feature, open your Twitter account on your favorite browser on PC. Open the Tweet window to write your tweet which you want to save as draft and click on the cross mark to close the window.

Save Draft Tweet.

A pop-up will appear asking you that you want to save the tweet as a draft or discard it completely. Click on Save.

To reopen your draft tweets open the Tweet window (see image for better understanding) and click on the 'Unsent Tweets' option in the upper-right corner of the window.  


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