Twitter is Trying to Upgrade Draft Tweets

The way tweets work is that for the most part you are going to be trying your best to make it so that you can end up with a lot more content out there than might have been the case otherwise, and if you use Twitter through its mobile application you might know that there is a drafts feature that you can use. This can be immensely useful in a lot of ways, with one of the main reasons why this is the case having to do with the fact that you can note down a cool idea you have for a tweet and make it so that you can tweet it out later, a situation that is most likely going to really improve your chances of getting a lot more out of the overall Twitter experience that you may be trying to enjoy.

However, one major problem with this drafts feature had to do with the fact that you could not use it on the web browser, something that would make it less likely that you would want to use this feature in the first place. With all of that having been said and out of the way, it seems like Twitter might be giving draft tweets the kind of availability that they actually need all in all.

Jane Manchun Wong is reporting a save to unsent tweets option being provided on web, something that can really improve the kind of experience that you would have with these kinds of tweets in general. This can help you to create a more coherent Twitter feed for all of your followers, and what’s more is that you might be getting cross device drafts as well which means you can save drafts on your mobile application and then subsequently continuing to work on them on a device you are more comfortable with.

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