This tutorial explains how to schedule recurring tweets for free. For this, I have used a free service, called “Tweet Jukebox“. Using the free plan of this service, you can schedule up to 5 tweets and set different recurring times for each individual tweet. You can set the frequency to post a tweet automatically once every five hours, six hours, seven hours, once every day, two days, three days, etc. Once the tweet is scheduled, it is posted automatically on your Twitter timeline at the specified time, and then re-posted based on the scheduled frequency. You can also set the start date for recurring tweet.
Using this service is very easy. You only need to create a tweet, set start date, and recurring frequency. That’s it!
Above you can see a recurring tweet posted on my Twitter timeline using this service. I had set the frequency for once every 7 hours and it did the same.
How To Schedule Recurring Tweets Using This Service?
Step 1: Go to its homepage and sign in with your Twitter account.
Step 2: Your Tweet Jukebox free membership account will open. Now you need to click on “Scheduled Tweets” option available in the left sidebar.
Step 3: Click on Schedule A New Tweet button and a pop-up will open. In that pop-up, you need to fill details, such as:
- Your Twitter content and photo (optional).
- Select the Start Date. A small Calendar will open to help you set the Start date to post your tweet.
- Select time.
- Set the Frequency: You can set recurring frequency once every five hours – ten hours, 12 hours, fifteen hours, eighteen hours, twenty-one hours, once every day, once every thirty hours, thirty-six hours, forty-two hours, two days, three days, five days, six days, six days, etc. Select a frequency and move to the next step.
Option to set End date is also available to stop sending the tweet, but it is a part of the premium subscription.
Step 4: Click the Submit button and that’s it. Your recurring tweet is scheduled. This way, you can create more recurring tweets (maximum 5).
Based on the scheduled date and time and recurring frequency, your Twitter timeline will be updated with the recurring tweet. You can also edit your tweet, hold it as draft, and delete anytime.
There are many services available to schedule tweets. However, when you have to schedule recurring tweets, such services don’t come in handy. In that case, you can use this Tweet Jukebox. Try this service to re-post your preferred or most popular tweets automatically.