Twitter Is Rolling Out Tweet Scheduling Feature To Some Users


Twitter has started rolling out one of the most useful features that everyone wants to use – Tweet Scheduling. This feature will allow users to schedule tweets from Twitter itself. At present, the feature is limited only to Twitter’s desktop app.

This feature was first spotted by The Next Web when some users started getting this feature as a calendar icon on the compose tab. Soon after that, people who got this feature started sharing screenshots of that. 

Based on the screenshots shared on Twitter, there’s a new calendar icon on the compose button which brings up a scheduling feature. Here, users can select the date, month, and time to schedule tweets. There’s also a scheduled tweets section below to see the complete log.

As of now, there is no word on whether Twitter is testing this feature or rolling it out gradually. However, at the beginning of this year, Twitter was spotted working on this feature for its web application. It looks like, after a few months of development, Twitter is actually bringing this feature soon to all users.

Until now, Twitter offers Tweetdeck through which users can schedule tweets and manage multiple accounts as well. This tool along with others like Buffer is widely used by social media managers. 

The social network has been testing a bunch of features lately including threaded replies and warnings for people who are posting potentially ‘harmful’ replies. While these features focus on improving the platform, schedule tweets can make the life of social media managers much easier as they can directly schedule tweets from the native platform.

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