Recently, Twitter declared that it’s revealing an “experiment” of another tweet scheduling highlight that you can use directly from Twitter’s web application. The new feature could be convenient to prepare tweets for a planned product launch or news declaration, for instance. In any case, until recently, it wasn’t something you could do on Twitter’s web application — you would have needed to utilize TweetDeck or an outsider help like Buffer.
In case you’re a part of the test, you’ll have the option to plan a tweet directly from the form window. It’s unclear what number of individuals are a part of Twitter’s test. Given that Twitter has said it’s just “experimenting” with the feature until further notice, there’s no real way to know when — or if — it’ll be accessible to all users. Ideally, Twitter rolls it out more comprehensively, however, and maybe the organization will bring tweet planning to its mobile applications sometime in the not so distant future, as well.
Twitter says that it is at present “experimenting” with carrying support for scheduled tweets to the web. This implies a little subset of Twitter users now have access to the component, and a more extensive release will probably happen sometime down the line.
To schedule a tweet on Twitter.com, you essentially come a tweet like ordinary, after that you have to click the three spots in the base bar. You’ll at that point have the option to schedule the tweet for a particular date and time, ensuring that it will go up precisely when you need it to.
There’s no word on when scheduled tweets may come to Twitter on iPhone, iPad, or Mac. Support in the Twitter applications on iPhone and iPad would be particularly valuable, taking into account that the best way to get to Tweetdeck is through the program.
In any case, adding the feature to schedule tweets to Twitter on the web will at present extraordinarily improve its use. In case you’re a part of the early beta, you can give it a shot now at Twitter.com. Expect a full rollout to happen at some point in the coming months if this “experiment” is generally welcomed by beta users.