Twitter decided to offer the functionality, already available, to produce your message and choose a time or date that is convenient. The feature was in production since last year, having been launched in beta form at the beginning of the year for selected users, now reaching the general public.
You can set the time and date of the respective message to program it. If you have more than one scheduled message, you can check a button for the option “Scheduled Tweets” in the same box, where the posts in the “pipeline” are listed. You just can’t program in a chain, that is, those messages that occupy more than one post.
In case you are interrupted while writing a message, you can now also save the draft by simply pressing the cross button to close the windows. When you want to resume the message, you can check the draft tweets and those that are scheduled.
Twitter continues to introduce some new features, after recently opening unanswered messages, or limited to those who follow or users who are mentioned.