As a user of Twitter, I’ve written several articles about tools that help me use it more productively. Hootsuite helps me manage the many people I follow without being overwhelmed. TweetFunnel helps if you have more than one user tweeting but one brand to keep.
Enter Taweet. Learn how to schedule future tweets!
There are a few tools I’ve come across that allow you to schedule posts for the future. Taweet is here to hopefully change the way we think about Twitter and tweeting from “thinking about the past” to “what’s going on in the future.” Twitter asks “What are you doing?” Taweet asks “What are you doing IN THE FUTURE?”
Taweet, as you can probably tell, majors on the art of the future tweet. It allows for, amongst other things, talking about what’s going to happen, such as events or plans.
Taweet actually offers several perks that can enhance your Twittering: tweet scheduling, threaded discussions, AND multiple account management. Let’s see what these are all about!
Taweet provides you with a way how to schedule tweets for the future. There are several reasons someone would want to do this. If you want to create a buzz or get the word out about something in the future, a properly timed tweet could play a decent role. Also you can use Taweet as a kind of social calendar, letting your followers know what you’ve got going on.
Taweet has an interesting way of posting future tweets. The user interface makes it quite simple to choose the date and time.
When the tweet is posted,it gives the time and a link to the post on Taweet.com, allowing the viewer to comment.
This is where threaded comments come in. I for one like the idea of having the comments threaded directly beneath my tweet so I can get a handle on the conversation. Taweet does this for you and the result is something similar to what Facebook does with its updates and comments.
Taweet also gives you the option to add multiple Twitter accounts. This makes it easier to switch between them. Hey, if you like tweeting in the future with one account, why not all of them?
Signing up is really easy. If you’re on the front page, you’ll notice the “Sign in with Twitter” button. Hit it.
Next you’ll have to be willing to allow Taweet to connect to your Twitter account. If you want to use Taweet, you’ve got to hit “allow.”
You’re then asked the question, “Would you like to link this account with one previously used on Taweet?” If you’re new to Taweet, the obvious answer is “I’m new to Taweet.”
After you enter your email address, a confirmation email is sent to you. Before progressing any further, you have to check your email and click on the confirmation link.
Finally you’re given the controls!
So there you have it; yet another Twitter tool emerges filling yet another void! There is obviously more to Taweet, such as searching other users’ future posts to find out what’s going on in the future. To me, this tool seems simple enough to use but it also has the possibility to change the way we think about and use Twitter.
Now you too can learn to tweet for the future!