Users of the web version of Twitter can now save drafts and schedule posts for a certain time. Previously these capabilities were available only through third-party services like TweetDeck.
to create a draft, you need to close the window at the stage of preparation of the text by clicking on the cross icon, and click on the Save button (“Save”). After this tweet, you can return later by opening it from the list of unpublished records. Twitter noted that the drafts created in a browser or mobile app, while not synchronized with each other.
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
to schedule a post, you will need to click on the calendar icon to specify the date, time, and time zone, and then click on the Schedule (“Schedule”).
Twitter was experimenting with the pending recordings in November of last year on a narrow range of users. Now this opportunity is available to all.