How to use Twuffer the Twitter scheduling tool @twuffer #WebToolsWiki

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Twuffer is a free and simple tool for Twitter users. It allows users to create a list of future tweets and schedule them for posting at the time of their choosing.

With this tool, you can easily set the time when you want your tweets to be published. This way, your followers will always see you active on Twitter even while you’re sleeping.

Twuffer can be used to schedule your announcements, appointments, reminders and notify subscribers about upcoming events including podcasts, video episodes and webinars.

To use it, just log in to the site using your Twitter account. Once you have signed in, type a tweet, choose the date and time you want it published and then click the Schedule Tweet button. It is also possible to cancel scheduled tweets if the need arises.

Unlike Hootsuite, a user does not need to register for a second account and unlike Buffer, it lets users schedule a tweet at a specific time in the future.

With Twuffer, you don’t have to log in to Twitter every time to publish a tweet. You just type in future messages or announcements and the tool will automatically do the tweeting for you at your preferred date and time.

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