If you’re an avid Twitter user, you may have aced publishing crisp content in 280 characters.
But, what if you’d like to express more?
Umn or have a story to tell in long-form content?
Well, Tweeting threads is your way out on Twitter.
As a social media manager or a marketer, you’re most probably using a budget social media management tool like Crowdfire to manage your social accounts under one roof.
We’ve built features like Scheduling Tweets to ensure you’re ahead of time, Content curation to ensure your timeline is active, analytics to understand what does well for you or your brand and what does not, and, lastly, the Mentions feature which helps you engage with your audience by replying to Twitter public mentions and direct messages.
What’s new on Crowdfire?
Earlier, on Crowdifre, one of the limitations for scheduling Tweets was that you could only schedule a single tweet.
After a lot of back and forth, testings and improvisations we’re all set to help to experience the newest feature on Crowdfire — Twitter Threads.
What exactly is the Twitter Thread feature?
The newest Twitter Threads feature allows you to schedule multiple Tweets for your Twitter account.
You can create a thread and schedule it ahead of time via Crowdfire.
You can either publish threads using the Post Now, Best time, or Custom time feature.
Post Now – This will Publish your post in near real-time to all of the selected social accounts.
Post at Best Time – The post will be scheduled at what Crowdfire determines as the Best Time for the Twitter account. The best time is determined by analyzing the content that has been posted previously.
This is to make sure that you publish when your audience is most active. It also helps your post gets maximum engagement.
Post at Custom Time – The post will be published at a custom date and time in the future.
These posts will be added to your Publish queue and won’t be affected by anything else happening in the queue.
How can you access it?
Step 1: Log in to your Crowdfire account that has a Twitter account connected.
Step 2: To get started, you can click on the ‘Compose’ button on the top-right corner.
This will open up the composer, which is where you can craft your post.
Step 3: Next, select the Twitter account you’d like to publish a thread to.
You can do this by clicking on the icon on top of the Compose box.
Step 4: Start typing out your Tweet in the compose box.
Step 5: You will see a + icon at the bottom of the compose box.
You can add a new tweet each time you tap the `Add` option (+ icon) eventually making it a thread.
Step 6: You can choose to schedule it using Post Now, Post at the Best time, or Post at Custom time feature.
And, you’re done.
Who is this available for on Crowdfire?
The Twitter thread feature is currently available on Plus, Premium, VIP, and Business plans.
You can schedule a total of 3 tweets in a thread when you opt for Plus.
On Premium you can schedule 5 tweets in
VIP a total of 15 tweets in a thread and Business allows 25 tweets in a thread.
While this is a feature available only on our paid plans, we do have a trial that you can opt for and it’s free.
To give it a spin, drop us an email with the subject Twitter Thread Trial to email@example.com and we’ll take it ahead from there.
That’s it, folks! 🙌