Let’s assume that you are a Sprout Social user and schedule your regular tweets without a problem. But, if your story needs more than 280 characters, you would want to create and schedule a Twitter thread, right? Then, what? You’ll notice that Sprout Social doesn’t support scheduling Twitter threads.
But don’t think no one else can do it. You can use Circleboom Publish to make, design, and schedule threads on Twitter without any problem. You can post your threads immediately or schedule them for a later date and time. Or, you can set time intervals and send your threads automatically.
How to make and schedule threads on Twitter with Circleboom Publish
It doesn’t mean that a scheduler service that supports regular tweets scheduling can also offer a Twitter thread scheduler. However, on Circleboom Publish you can schedule your single tweets and also threads. As you know, on Twitter you can create threads with a maximum of 25 individual tweets. But, on Circleboom you can create more than that!
All you need to do is to follow these steps to schedule your threads on Twitter with Circleboom.
Step#1 Log into Circleboom Publish.
If you don’t have an account yet, you can create one in a second!
Step#2 You’ll see your options here. All major social media platforms are supported on Circleboom.
Choose ‘Twitter’ and connect your Twitter account(s). You can connect and manage your multiple Twitter accounts at once.
Step#3 On the main page, you’ll see you have two options for Twitter: creating a single tweet or “Create Twitter Specific Post or Thread”.
To create and schedule a Twitter thread, you need to choose the second option.
Step#4 Here, you need to select an account. Twitter doesn’t let users post the same content to multiple accounts at the same time.
You need to choose one of your multiple, connected Twitter accounts here.
Step#5 Now, you are in the post-creation stage. You can create your thread by clicking on the ‘Plus’ (+) sign on the right bottom corner of the text board.
Natively on Twitter, you can create threads with up to 25 individual tweets. However, on Circleboom you can create threads more than this limit.
Step#6 You have design tools: Canva, Unsplash, and Giphy. You can add designed media to your threads. Or, you can import your own files.
These built-in extensions allow you to use templates, photos, filters, effects, fonts, graphics, gifs, animations, and other kinds of elements to enrich your Twitter threads.
Step#7 Once you have finished creating your Twitter thread, you can share it immediately with your Twitter audience.
Alternatively, you can schedule your thread for a later time and date. Also, you can set time intervals and automate your Twitter posting with the Queue scheduling feature.
Can I use Hootsuite to schedule Twitter threads?
No, you can't. Hootsuite doesn't support scheduling threads.
Does Buffer support Twitter threads scheduling?
Unfortunately, Buffer doesn't support thread scheduling.
If you have created your thread but don't know when to post it to get the maximum benefit, you can check our guide here to learn what is the best time to post on Twitter:
Circleboom Publish shines bright like a diamond while Sprout Social, Hootsuite, and Buffer don’t support Twitter thread scheduling. You can create more than 25 tweets to weave a Twitter thread contrary to natively on Twitter.
Circleboom Publish supports Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, LinkedIn, and Google My Business. You can manage multiple accounts from each supported platform at affordable prices.