The social media platform, Twitter on Wednesday, November 20, 2019, announced that it had started running tests to help bring new, time-saving features to its users. The company unveiled this on TweetDeck’s Twitter handle with the following tweet: “Tweet scheduling on twitter.com? Yes Please! Starting today, we’re experimenting with bringing one of @TweetDeck’s handiest time-saving features into Twitter. Tell us what you think if you’re part of the experiment.” – @tweetdeck
Starting on Thursday, November 21, 2019, the company began experimenting with the ‘scheduled tweets’ feature on its main website for a select group of its users. The feature will allow users to draft a tweet and select a future date and time at which it will get automatically posted on their Twitter page(s).
Tweet scheduling on https://t.co/8FModRv1sl? Yes please! Starting today, we’re experimenting with bringing one of @TweetDeck’s handiest time-saving features into Twitter. Tell us what you think if you’re part of the experiment. pic.twitter.com/4pI9xrbPEP
— TweetDeck (@TweetDeck) November 20, 2019
Currently, several business account holders and marketers are using the TweetDeck dashboard application or third-party applications like Buffer for scheduling, managing, and surveying their reach in the market. But with Twitter’s upcoming feature, they can perform all the required tasks under one umbrella by using the official Twitter website and cutting their dependency on third-party applications.
However nascent, there is speculation that Twitter’s latest ‘schedule tweets’ feature may result in the decommissioning of TweetDeckas as a separate dashboard application.
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