How to Save a Tweet as a Draft?
While Twitter is becoming fast-paced each passing day, your tweets don’t have to be that way. You take your time and refine your tweets later. For this, you can use Twitter drafts. This feature is useful 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. It’s easy to use and will store your half-written thoughts for as long as you need it. Here’s how to save a tweet as a draft.
Step 1: Open a new tweet and type out whatever you want to save.
Step 2: Tap “Cancel” in the top left.
Step 3: A pop-up menu will appear asking if you want to delete what you’ve written so far or saved it as a draft. Choose the latter option.
Once you’re ready to finish your tweet and release it, you can pull it out of your drafts by following the below steps:
Step 1: Open a new tweet.
Step 2: Tap on the “Drafts” button next to the Tweet button in the top right corner.
Step 3: You’ll see a list of your drafts. Select the one you want to open.
Step 4: Your draft will pop back up, and you can edit it to your taste. From there, you can tweet it or save it as a draft again.
You cannot currently use Twitter’s draft feature on a computer — at least, not natively on Twitter’s site. The easiest way to use the function is to download the Twitter app for Android or iOS on your mobile device.