The feature is currently available for some on the social media site.
Numerous Twitter users have revealed they now have the ability to schedule tweets via desktop.
Wow, new Twitter feature (the calendar icon)!!! Don't think I am gonna use it much, unless I wanna scare y'all by scheduling a tweet to happen at a time when I'm usually asleep :') pic.twitter.com/UJEkYuF7Xc
— Healin'♡Hibiki⭐Hello~!!!! (@OshieteHibiki) May 6, 2020
Those who have the feature have been sharing screenshots, which show a new icon along the bottom part of the tweet box, beside buttons that allow users to insert GIFs and polls.
Once accessed, one can not only schedule the time a tweet goes live, but also the date in which this occurs.
Testing scheduling this tweet one minute into the future!
Great Scott! pic.twitter.com/IdunSZKDpt
— Colin Lenzen (@TriumphantBass) May 8, 2020
As of right it, it’s unclear if the feature is a test or when and if it will be rolling out globally.
Las year, Twitter experimented with an in-site scheduling feature. However, the difference with this one is that it includes the aforementioned button.
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