Twitter management is all about time management. Sending out tweets at the right time is crucial to any Twitter account that wants to increase its followers and engagement. When you queue tweets, make sure that your tweets are going out at the required times without making any effort.
While there are many tools available online that allow you to schedule Twitter posts, it’s important to stick to reliable Twitter tools. Third-party apps that follow Twitter’s rules and policies are safer to use as they prevent your account from getting suspended. One such Twitter tool is Circleboom.
Circleboom is an efficient Twitter publish tool that allows you to schedule your tweets, queue tweets, and create your queues. In this article, we will learn how to set your queues with Circleboom and schedule Twitter posts.
Customize your queue settings:
Before you decide which tweets to schedule, you need to prepare a queue. Once you edit your queue settings in Circleboom, you can just hit “queue” after every tweet to schedule it.
To edit your queue settings, login to the Circleboom dashboard, and go to: Publish -> Settings -> Queue Settings. You can edit your queue settings based on what days and times you want your tweets to be posted.
With the queue setting, you can:
- Set post-interval: With a gap of 10 minutes to 12 hours, you can select the right post-interval for your posts to go out. For example, if you set the post-interval to 6 hours, then your scheduled posts will be published on Twitter every 6 hours.
- Set “start-time” and “end-time”: Select the start-time for each day, meaning the time from which your first tweet can be sent. Select the end-time for each day, the time before which your last tweet will be sent.
With queue settings, you can make sure your tweets are not going out at times when your followers are offline. If you set an interval of 1 hour and set start time as 8AM and end time as 8PM, then 12 articles will be sent each day between 8AM and 8PM.
Effortlessly schedule tweets and articles:
With Circleboom’s easy-to-schedule interface, you can quickly add your tweets and add them to the queue. You can create tweets with text, images, videos, gifs, and emoticons to craft a perfect tweet.
To publish tweets, go to Publish -> Schedule a tweet. Once your tweets are created, you can either add them to the queue or schedule it at a particular time or hit Share now. You can check all your scheduled tweets to make sure everything is done right.
To schedule articles from around the web to your Twitter account, you can go to Publish -> Articles. You can choose your area of interest and the best articles from your interest will be listed by Circleboom. Click “Share” next to any article that you want to share to your Twitter account by either adding it to the queue or publishing immediately.
I hope the steps above have motivated you to schedule tweets. You can sit back and relax while Circleboom does the work. With Circleboom’s free plan, you can curate articles and schedule tweets. With the paid plan, you can queue more than 100 articles. Learn more about their plans and pricing to select your perfect plan.