Twitter is a fast-paced world — your timeline might feel like it’s running at a mile a minute. But your tweets don’t have to be that way. It’s okay to take your time and refine your tweets later. For that, you can use Twitter drafts.
Whether you can’t decide between two different phrasings, you haven’t yet thought of a good punchline, you need a friend to proofread your spelling, or you don’t want to accidentally publish something on the spur of the moment that you may regret later, you can save your tweet as a draft first. It’s easy to use, and will store your half-written thoughts for as long as you need.
Here’s how to save a tweet as a draft.
Save a tweet as a draft
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