Now, Twitter will allow its users to send their tweets from its prime web app. Whenever the users compose a tweet, they would see an icon of a Calendar. The users can schedule their tweet with a gentle click on the Calendar icon.
Twitter proclaimed about this feature through their official Twitter Support handle. In the following tweet, they said that they were working on the schedule feature since November and now finally it is included in the Twitter app. Additionally, they also noted that the users who are unable to use this feature through the web app should try it using Tweetdeck.
Twitter about this context also added that the users now have the time to save their tweet in the drafts and then schedule it to send at a preferred time. In addition to this, Twitter also said that the drafts saved through the mobile app or those from web app are different. If the users have saved any respective draft in their web app, they will not be able to schedule it through the web app. In fact, they won’t find it in the drafts while they open their Twitter account through the web app.
This feature is quite fantastic and useful because the Twitter thing went on fast. You don’t have enough time to think, and you have to either respond to others’ tweets or any event. Now3 after this feature, the users will get enough time to think about the tweet as well as the best time to share it.
The scheduling feature is quite commendable, but the initiative of Twitter to separate it among web and mobile app is still not understood. Twitter didn’t announce anything in the following contrast. They just said that if the users are not ready to send their tweet, now through Twitter.com they can either save their tweet to the draft or schedule it for an ideal time; they called the feature as Tweet Composer.
The freedom of speech given Platform; Twitter is quite famous worldwide. According to the reports, over 300 Million users are active on Twitter. Most of the users have increased in the past few years. Thus, now Twitter continuously includes new features to their service. Previously, we have seen a reply feature on Twitter, which is also greeted quite well by the users. Now, we all have to wait to see how the users of Twitter welcomes the Tweet Composer feature.
Daisy Martin is an avid technical blogger, a magazine contributor, a publisher of guides at webroot.com/safe and a professional cyber security analyst. Through her writing, she aims to educate people about the dangers and threats lurking in the digital world.