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Twitter will now let users schedule tweets from its web app: Here is how

The company announced that Twitter users will now be able to save their tweets as drafts and pick a
specific time to schedule their posts.

Twitter will finally introduce the much-awaited feature which will allow users to schedule your
tweets. The company announced that Twitter users will now be able to save their tweets as drafts
and pick a specific time to schedule their posts. However, this can only be done from the web app of
the platform.

Now, this is one of the most important updates in the recent past as it allows you to post something
on the app immediately or you might want to wish your friend/colleague or even extend wishes to
your favourite star. With this feature you can schedule the tweet and sleep off and it will be posted
on the stipulated time.

Here’s how you can schedule a tweet on Twitter:

—When you compose a Tweet, you will also see a calendar on the row of icons below
— You then need to click on the icon and then decide the time and date which you want your tweet
to be published.
—Once all the details are entered, you can then click confirm and go on to schedule the tweet.

Users will also be to able to save the tweet for later by clicking on the close window icon which will
ask whether or not you want to save the tweet or not. Once you click on save, you can find the
Tweet in the drafts section which can be used later.

Twitter posted a video of how the feature works and also went on to explain, “Not quite ready to
send that Tweet? Now on https://twitter.com you can save it as a draft or schedule it to send at a
specific time all from the Tweet composer!”

Twitter, in an earlier post, had informed that they will allow users protect their tweets from
unwanted harassment on its platform. Although, the tweets can still be seen, no one can comment
unless the author has given the permission to do so.

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