Twitter: Here’s How to Save Tweets as Drafts on Desktop

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Drafts created on desktop will only be accessible via desktop - Credit by Twitter

Twitter recently debuted the ability for users to save their unfinished tweets as drafts when using Twitter.com. These drafts aren’t saved across platforms, meaning that tweets saved as drafts on mobile won’t show up on desktop, and vice versa. Our guide will show you how to save a tweet as a draft when using Twitter in a desktop browser.

Step 1: When you’ve created a post that you want to save as a draft, click the “x” icon in the top-left corner of the tweet creation window. Note: You can only save tweets as drafts when using this creation window. This feature isn’t available when using the tweet composition area at the top of your Twitter home feed.

Step 2: Click “Save” to save the tweet as a draft.

When you want to continue editing this tweet later on, click the “Tweet” button in the left navigation menu.

Click “Unsent Tweets.”

Click the tweet you want to edit. Note: You can also delete drafts from this screen.



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