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Tweet Schedule – New Feature from Twitter: How to Schedule a Tweet or Save it as a Draft

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Tweet Schedule – New Feature from Twitter: How to Schedule a Tweet or Save it as a Draft

Finally, Twitter rolls out the scheduling option within the Tweet composer window on desktop devices. Yes, it was one of the most demanded features. Most of us were depending on other Twitter post scheduling tools. Learn how to Schedule Tweets from Tweet Composer Window!

Twitter launched two new features. Save tweet as a draft, and tweet schedule option. The best part is both the above features are directly available from the tweet composer window.

Is there any way to schedule my tweets? Can you schedule tweets for free? Yes, You can!!

In this article learn how to schedule tweets free without using any third-party applications.

How To Schedule Tweets

Time needed: 5 minutes.

Schedule a tweet for later. Follow the below steps to schedule posts on Twitter.

  1. Open Tweet Composer Window on Desktop

    Log in to your Twitter account. Open Tweet Composer Window on Desktop and Type Your Tweet.Tweet Composer Window on Desktop

  2. Click on Schedule Button

    When you are ready to schedule your Tweet, Click on the Schedule button. Refer below image.Twitter Schedule Button

  3. Set Tweet Schedule Date and Time

    From the ‘Schedule’ window Set Date, Day, Year, and Time.Set Tweet Schedule Date and Time

  4. Click on Confirm Button and Tap Schedule

    After clicking the Confirm button, you will land to the composer window. Them Tap on Schedule button. Now your Tweet is Scheduled!Schedule Tweets

How to Find Scheduled Tweets on Twitter

1. From the compose tweet window, Tap on Schedule Icon.

or enter directly by hitting this URL https://twitter.com/compose/tweet/unsent/scheduled

view scheduled tweets
Click on Schedule Icon

2. Click on “Scheduled Tweets”

Click on Scheduled Tweets
Click on “Scheduled Tweets” button

3. From the Unsent Tweets window; Select Schedule Tab. From here you can see your scheduled Tweets

Unsent Tweets
Unsent Tweets

To Delete Scheduled Tweets on Twitter

1. Click on Edit button from the Unsent Tweets Tab.

Delete Scheduled Tweets
Click on Edit button

2. Select the Scheduled Tweets which you want to delete and click on Delete Button.

elect the Scheduled Tweets which you want to delete and Click on Delete Button.

When you Discard Scheduled Tweets, remember this can’t be undone and you will lose selected unsent tweets.

How to Save a Tweet as a Draft

If your Tweet is not ready to post, you can save it as a draft. Follow the below steps to save it as a draft.

1. Compose a Tweet.

2. If you want to save your Tweet as Draft, Tap on X (Close button).

Save Tweet as Draft
Click on Close Button

3. Save Tweet. You can save this to send later from your unsent Tweets.

Save Tweet
Save Tweet

Where to Find Saved Tweets (Drafts)

To Find and Edit your Saved Tweets

  1. Open Unsent Tweets. or enter directly to https://twitter.com/compose/tweet/unsent/drafts
  2.  Tap Drafts Tab
  3. Select the Saved Tweet which you want to edit.

FAQs

Can I schedule Tweets for free?

Yes, you can schedule tweets for free. Twitter now lets you schedule tweets from its web app.

How do I schedule a Tweet 2020?

Twitter Rolls Out Native Scheduling Within the Tweet Composer Window on Desktop.

How far in advance can I schedule Tweets?

You can schedule your post up to 18 months. You can’t schedule a Tweet more than 18 months in the future.

Can I backdate Twitter’s scheduled posts?

You can’t schedule a Tweet to send in the past.

Conclusion

As of now, this new feature is available only on desktop and mobile web, expected to reach on the mobile application. Now you don’t want to search for twitter scheduling tools. Make use of native tweet scheduling and the ability to save tweet drafts. Schedule twitter posts now!

Hope this helps, Let us know your thoughts through comments.

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