Scheduling Tweets on Twitter will help you to grow your account. This practice allows you to maintain an online presence on social media at times you’re unavailable and cannot post Tweets in real time. Twitter’s TweetDeck tool allows you to schedule Tweets for any time.
- Go to TweetDeck. Visit tweetdeck.twitter.com in your browser and sign in with your Twitter account. If you already signed in to Twitter, you don’t need to sign in again.
- Click on the button to open the Tweet box.
- Select your accounts. Click on the Twitter account(s) you’d like to tweet from.
- Compose your Tweet. Don’t forget the 140 character limit. You can also add pictures to your Tweet by click on the button. Read How to Write a Good Tweet for tips on what to say.
- Click on the button. You can see that under the “Add images” button.
- Set the time and date to Tweet. You can change month by clicking on the button. Click on the AM/PM button to change the time period.
- Schedule your Tweet. Click on the button to save it. Done.
EditManaging Your Scheduled Tweets
- Go to TweetDeck. Visit tweetdeck.twitter.com in your browser and sign in with your Twitter account.
- Click on the button from the side bar.
- Select from the pop-up screen. Now a new column for scheduled Tweets will appear on the dashboard.
- Edit a Tweet. Click on the link for a Tweet. Now edit your Tweet from the left side.
- Delete a scheduled Tweet if desired. Click on the link from the Tweet and confirm your Tweet deletion.
- Scheduling and posting multiple tweets within a short period of time can result in your Twitter account being flagged as spam, and lead to the suspension or blocking of your account.
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