Twitter launches the scheduling of tweets through the browser. Find out how to schedule your posts!

Yes, that’s right! Now you can get posts scheduled on Twitter for free and directly via the web version of the social network.

The new feature, recently announced by the platform, allows you to make your publications without relying on other scheduling tools, such as TweetDeck.

For content producers (such as social media and influencers), the feature will be a great facilitator daily.

Also, the network releases the function of saving tweets as a draft on the website, something that was previously possible in the Android and iOS applications.

Want to know how to schedule Twitter posts for free? Then see, below, step by step.

How to schedule tweets for free?

First of all, we need to emphasize, once again, that this feature launched by the social network is only available for a web version.

Therefore, to schedule your posts, you must access your account through the website. The function will be activated automatically.

Through your browser, you have all the freedom to create, of course, and can use as tools that exist in the application to add images, videos, frames, or GIFs that complement your text.

After righting your tweet, click on the calendar icon, which is next to the emojis.

Then, open a programming space to determine the data (day, month, and year) and the time at which you want your tweet to be published. That done, just click “Confirm”.

Upon returning to the post configuration screen, you can display the “Tweet” button changed to “Schedule”. Just click on it, and publication will be scheduled!

Do you want to access the tweets scheduled to modify some information? Just access “Scheduled Tweets” via the “calendar” button.

On this screen, you can see both scheduled messages and saved drafts. Besides, you can edit content, data, or times, cancel appointments, delete posts, and reorganize your schedule the way you prefer.

Feature that aim at greater engagement in the network

It is worth remembering that this is not the only feature that Twitter launches in 2020. To increase or activate the network, a new content format called Fleets arrived in March this year.

Similar to Instagram and Facebook stories, Fleets are short posts, very similar to tweets, but they expire in 24 hours.

Followers can respond to this content by direct messages, but it is not possible to like, comment, or retweet any of them.

For now, they are available in Brazil for Android and iOS applications. But, if everything goes well, it will soon arrive in other countries too.

With “Fleets” and now the possibility to schedule posts directly on the network, Twitter is bringing fresh air to digital marketers!

What do you think? Are they handy for producing content on the platform? Tell us in the comments!

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