Twitter has announced that it is introducing tweet scheduling and the ability to save tweets as drafts to its desktop app.
— Twitter Support (@TwitterSupport) May 28, 2020
As seen above there is a new “Unsent Tweets” button, which when tapped will allow access to all of your saved tweets. So, if you want to make changes to the tweet at a later stage, now you can. Users were able to perform this function in the mobile app already.
According To Twitter:
“Right now, Tweet drafts saved on desktop or mobile web will be accessible via desktop or mobile web only.”
Your tweet drafts will not be synchronized between apps – the draft saved on the desktop will only be able to access via desktop and the same for mobile.
Also, Twitter started working on tweet scheduling within the composer last year.
Twitter is working on baking Scheduled Tweet into Twitter Web App itself pic.twitter.com/DJfs26xYfB
— Jane Manchun Wong (@wongmjane) August 26, 2019
Twitter launched limited testing with users which now has lead to a full rollout of the feature. This feature will come in handy for users. There is nothing new though social media managers have been scheduling tweets for many years through third-party apps. Twitter might put limitations on its API which will make it preferable to schedule via the app instead.
Twitter hasn’t done anything like that yet. It does provide another option for tweet scheduling and ensure the presentation of your tweet is as what you want to be.