Twitter will soon let you draft and schedule Tweets for later, the social network giant announced Monday, via its web app.
People also had to use Tweetdeck or some other third party service to use the app to plan or draft Tweets. It has now been confirmed that everyone will use it on Twitter.
Tweets can be scheduled by clicking the calendar button when writing a tweet for a later date. Here you can indicate the exact date and time you want to publish your Tweet.
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To draft a Tweet, just press the X button in the top left corner to add the Tweet to drafts. It can be reached at any time via the panel at the top right of the “unsent posts.” This panel reveals all of your tweets drafted and scheduled.
Keep in mind, however, that tweets posted on mobile devices are not synchronized with the web app. It means the web version drafts on phones won’t be saved to the internet site.
The feature is rolling out gradually to all regions and should be available to all very soon.