How to Schedule Tweets via Twitter Website

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Twitter has recently added this cool functionality on its website where users can now schedule Tweets. People have been requesting this feature for a while now and it is finally out there. So you can now schedule tweets at any particular time instead of the moment.

In this guide we will show you how to schedule Tweets via Twitter website. Just follow these simple steps and you are good.

Schedule Tweets via Twitter Website

Step 1: Login to your Twitter account and start writing a Tweet.

Note: This feature works with both single tweets and Tweet threads.

Step 2: You will see a calendar icon at the right in the bottom. Click on it.

Step 3: You will see the schedule menu. Use the drop-down boxes to select the date, time, and time-zone at which you want your scheduled Tweet to be posted and click on ‘Confirm’.

Schedule Tweets

That is it you are all set. that is how you schedule a Tweet on Twitter’s Website

Additional: If you do not want to post a tweet or schedule it, you can also save it as draft. Just close the composer and click on ‘Save Draft’. When you are ready to post it or schedule it, click on the calendar button and search for ‘Scheduled tweets’ and click on ‘Draft’ and you will see your Tweet. Additionally, you can also click on ‘Scheduled’ from the calendar menu. And manage your saved drafts and scheduled Tweets.

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