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You can now schedule tweets for the time and day you want

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You can now schedule tweets for the time and day you want

The social network Twitter, which competes with platforms like Facebook, this Thursday announced a new tool for users. Now you can write a tweet and, instead of posting it right away, schedule the date and time for when you want it to be published. For now, option is only available through internet browsers and not in the app.

In November, Twitter had already advanced that it was testing this tool, which, for example, only exists through third-party services on other social networks such as Reddit and Instagram. The advantage of this new mechanism, which can be activated by pressing the calendar button when writing a tweet, lies in the user's option to choose a more opportune time to publish content without being online. In addition, the measure allows “user Twitter at the pace” of each user, as announced the platform.

In the image you can see the bar to schedule the scheduling of tweets

Another novelty presented is the possibility of saving drafts of tweets. That is, if you write a tweet and do not want to delete it, you can leave it written to continue writing later. These are not new measures and have been implemented by other services. In the case of Gmail, Google's free email service, scheduling of electronic messages became integrated into the platform in April 2019.

(A Twitter video showing how this new tool works)

Not quite ready to send that Tweet? Now on https://t.co/fuPJa36kt0 you can save it as a draft or schedule it to send at a specific time –– all from the Tweet composer! pic.twitter.com/d89ESgVZal

– Twitter Support (@TwitterSupport) May 28, 2020

In recent days Twitter has been implementing changes to the platform. The one that created the most controversy was the addition of fact-check labels in user publications that the platform considers to violate its rules and propagate false news. This led to one of the tweets of Donald Trump, president of the USA, having this note. This Friday, after Trump signed a decree that could change the way Twitter makes this regulation, the social network again left a notice in one of the president's tweets.

Twitter again puts notice in Trump's publication: "Glorifies violence"


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