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How to access drafts on twitter on iphone or ipad

How to access drafts on twitter on iphone or ipad

While some tweets are crafted in mere seconds, some — perhaps more witty ones — may take some time.

Whether it’s an incomplete thought you had on a subway or a book recommendation you can’t remember the name of, you can start a tweet and save it for later. Unfortunately, saving and accessing drafts is something that can only be done on the go: the drafts folder is unavailable on the Twitter desktop or mobile site. If you close out of a tweet online, you’ll only have the option to cancel or discard.

On the app, however, after starting to type a tweet, tap “Cancel” to view a pop-up. This will give you the option to save it as a draft. To access the drafts folder, tap and hold the new tweet icon. Once you’re in the folder, you can delete drafts or tap to open and continue typing them.

Here’s how to find Drafts on Twitter.

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How to find your Drafts on Twitter

1. To access the drafts folder, tap and hold the new tweet icon on the homescreen instead of simply tapping it. This will open an extended menu with three icon options. Tap the feather icon.

2. This will open the drafts folders, and any saved drafts will appear in the space provided. Tap on any item to reopen the drafting window, where you can continue typing and then tap “Tweet” when you’re ready to post.

3. Tap the blue “Edit” option to manage your drafts.

How to delete Drafts on Twitter

1. Repeat steps one to three from the section above.

2. Tap the “Select all” option in order to quickly highlight all of your drafts to delete.

3. You can also individually tap the bubbles to select items. Selected items will appear with a green checkmark. Once you select one, the “Select all” option will change to “Unselect all.” Tap this to uncheck any items you’ve marked. Tap the “Delete” option that appears to remove those selected.

4. Lastly, you can swipe to the left over any tweet for a red “Delete” button to appear. Tap this to remove the individual tweet without having to open the “Edit” menu.

How to create a draft on Twitter

1. Open the Twitter app on your phone or tablet.

2. Tap the new tweet icon on the right hand side of the homescreen. On iPhones, this is on the right hand side. On iPads, this is on the left.

3. Start typing a tweet. Tap “Cancel” in the upper left hand corner to reveal a pop-up. Tap the “Save draft” option instead of deleting it.

How to access drafts on twitter on iphone or ipad

While some tweets are crafted in mere seconds, some — perhaps more witty ones — may take some time.

Whether it’s an incomplete thought you had on a subway or a book recommendation you can’t remember the name of, you can start a tweet and save it for later. Unfortunately, saving and accessing drafts is something that can only be done on the go: the drafts folder is unavailable on the Twitter desktop or mobile site. If you close out of a tweet online, you’ll only have the option to cancel or discard.

On the app, however, after starting to type a tweet, tap “Cancel” to view a pop-up. This will give you the option to save it as a draft. To access the drafts folder, tap and hold the new tweet icon. Once you’re in the folder, you can delete drafts or tap to open and continue typing them.

Here’s how to find Drafts on Twitter.

Check out the products mentioned in this article:

iPhone 11 (From $699.99 at Apple)

Samsung Galaxy S10 (From $859.99 at Walmart)

iPad (From $329 at Apple)

How to find your Drafts on Twitter

1. To access the drafts folder, tap and hold the new tweet icon on the homescreen instead of simply tapping it. This will open an extended menu with three icon options. Tap the feather icon.

2. This will open the drafts folders, and any saved drafts will appear in the space provided. Tap on any item to reopen the drafting window, where you can continue typing and then tap “Tweet” when you’re ready to post.

3. Tap the blue “Edit” option to manage your drafts.

How to delete Drafts on Twitter

1. Repeat steps one to three from the section above.

2. Tap the “Select all” option in order to quickly highlight all of your drafts to delete.

3. You can also individually tap the bubbles to select items. Selected items will appear with a green checkmark. Once you select one, the “Select all” option will change to “Unselect all.” Tap this to uncheck any items you’ve marked. Tap the “Delete” option that appears to remove those selected.

4. Lastly, you can swipe to the left over any tweet for a red “Delete” button to appear. Tap this to remove the individual tweet without having to open the “Edit” menu.

How to create a draft on Twitter

1. Open the Twitter app on your phone or tablet.

2. Tap the new tweet icon on the right hand side of the homescreen. On iPhones, this is on the right hand side. On iPads, this is on the left.

3. Start typing a tweet. Tap “Cancel” in the upper left hand corner to reveal a pop-up. Tap the “Save draft” option instead of deleting it.

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## HOW DRAFTS WORKS ##

CAPTURE EVERYWHERE:
Drafts opens to a new page with the keyboard ready so you can type immediately. Go hands-free with Dictation, or ask Siri to "Create a note using Drafts".

Drafts lets you get things down before you forget – no choosing document templates or waiting for your file to download.

USE YOUR WORDS:
Drafts is a launching-off point for text – use the actions to copy it, share it, or deep link into other apps and services. Compose a tweet or message, create a file in Dropbox, send a task off to Reminders – there are hooks into tons of your favorite apps.

REMEMBER IT NOW – OR LATER:
New entries go into the Inbox. Once there, you can Tag them for organization, Flag them for importance, or Archive them for long-term storage.

TAKE TEXT TO A NEW LEVEL:
Set up a text editing experience that’s perfect for you, with tons of interface adjustments like custom fonts and control over spacing, line height, and margins.

Use the customizable extended row above the keyboard to quickly convert, manipulate, and transform your writing. Make lists, use Markdown to get things just right.

Process your drafts quickly using unique features like Link Mode, Arrange Mode, and Focus Mode.

## WHY YOU’LL LOVE DRAFTS ##

IT WILL CHANGE HOW YOU USE YOUR DEVICES:
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GETTING WORDS DOWN HAS NEVER BEEN EASIER:
Drafts opens lightning fast and with support for capture via Siri, the widget, share extension, file import, and dictation – Drafts is like post-its updated for the smartphone era.

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You can reduce the amount of data used by Twitter by enabling data saver mode. Control what media you want downloaded in real time to help save data.

  • From the navigation menu, tap or click Settings and privacy.
  • Under Accessibility, display, and languages tap or click Data usage.
  • Tap or toggle on Data saver to turn on.

In this mode, images will load in lower quality and videos won't autoplay. To view image in high quality while data saver is on, long press the image or tap the more icon, and select Load high quality.

How to post and delete a Tweet


To post a Tweet:

    Tap the Tweet icon

To save a Tweet as a draft:

  1. If you would like to save your Tweet as a draft, tap Cancel in the Tweet compose window and select Save draft.
  2. To access your drafts at any time, tap the Tweet icon, then tap Drafts. You’ll only see the Drafts prompt when you have at least one draft saved. Should you log out of your account through your app or uninstall your app, any drafts you have saved will be deleted and cannot be restored.

To reply to or mention an account:

  1. Tap the @ symbol to bring up a list of suggested accounts you follow.
  2. As you start typing a username the list will narrow down to fewer results.
  3. Once you've found the account you're looking for, tap their username and it will populate in the Tweet. Your character count will adjust, as needed.
  4. Learn about the difference between replies and mentions.


To include a hashtag in your Tweet:

  1. Tap the # symbol and as you start typing, a list of current trends beginning with that letter(s) will appear.
  2. You can choose to include one of these suggested hashtags (tap to select) or add your own hashtag text.

To post a photo or GIF with your Tweet:

    Tap the photo icon

To Tweet with your location:

    Tap the location icon

To include a URL in a Tweet:

  1. Links are automatically shortened using Twitter's own t.co service.
  2. Typing or pasting in a URL will automatically deduct the characters from your character limit—no matter how long the original link is.

To delete a Tweet:

  1. From the navigation menu, tap Profile.
  2. Locate the Tweet you want to delete.
  3. Tap the


To select text from a Tweet:

It’s easy to select portions of text from a Tweet to copy and paste and to search with. To get started, tap on a Tweet to view in full screen mode.

  1. Press, hold, and drag to highlight a word or section of text from the Tweet.
  2. From the pop-up you can select Copy, Select All, Look Up, Search, or Mute.
    1. If you select Search, the selected text will auto-populate within Twitter’s search bar. You’ll be redirected to the search results page to navigate through.
    2. If you select Mute, the selected text will be presented in a mute settings pop-up page. You can choose to mute the selected text from your Home timeline and/or Notifications. Additionally, you can set the time duration of the mute, and select From anyone or From people you don’t follow. When done, tap Save. Learn more about how to mute on Twitter.

    How to use keyboard shortcuts

    You can use shortcuts in your Twitter app through a bluetooth keyboard connected to your iPhone or iPad. Additionally, you can use the Smart Keyboard or other compatible keyboards for your iPad. Tip: on an iPad, hold down the command key to see the full list of available keyboard shortcuts.


    Navigation

    • cmd-1 = home (press again to scroll to top)
    • cmd-2 = Explore tab (press again to scroll to top)
    • cmd-3 = Notifications tab (press again to scroll to top)
    • cmd-4 = Direct Messages
    • cmd-` = navigation menu
    • space = page down
    • shift-space = page up
    • ⇧ = scroll page up
    • ⇩ = scroll page down
    • cmd- = back
    • cmd- = go to top
    • cmd-shift-] = next sub tab
    • cmd-shift-[ = previous sub tab
    • cmd-F = search
    • cmd-, = settings
    • cmd-R = refresh
    • cmd-M = enable/disable dark mode
    • cmd- = account list
    • cmd- + = increase text size
    • cmd- – = decrease text size
    • cmd-0 = default text size
    • cmd-W = close
    • esc = close

    Moments and media view

    • = navigate through Moments, media viewer

    Tweet detail and media view

    • R = Reply
    • T = Retweet
    • L = Like
    • cmd-U = Go to user profile

    Tweet composer

    • cmd-N = new Tweet
    • cmd-return = send Tweet

    Direct Message

    • cmd-N = new Direct Message
    • return = send Direct Message

    How to approve or deny your follower requests

    If you have chosen to keep your Tweets protected, you’ll receive follower requests from other accounts that wish to follow you. You can approve or deny your follower requests from your profile tab.

    How to create and manage Lists

    1. In the navigation menu tap or click Lists.
    2. View your Lists by Following or Member of.
    3. To create a new List, tap the new List icon

    Learn more about Lists.

    How to customize your view

    1. From your profile menu, tap Settings and privacy.
    2. Tap the Display and sound tab.
    3. Drag the font slider to adjust font size
    4. Tap the Dark mode slider to adjust display settings.
    5. Choose Dim or Lights out by tapping your preference.
    6. To turn the feature off, tap the Dark mode slider again.

    How to quickly enable dark mode from the menu

    1. Tap your profile menu.
    2. Tap the light bulb icon to access Dark mode settings.
    3. Tap the Dark mode slider to turn feature on.
    4. Tap Dim or Lights out to select a theme.

    How to clear your media and web storage

    Twitter for iOS stores content in the app, which can take up space on your device. In order to clear up space, you can clear your Twitter media and/or web storage.

    By Guest Post • 10:45 am, April 26, 2017

    By Chris Brantner, guest blogger

    It may feel like forever until the beginning of football season, but the NFL draft is here to offer us all a brief glimpse into the excitement to come. The draft, which runs Thursday through Saturday, is an opportunity to dive into the NFL early and get an idea about the futures of certain teams.

    You can keep up with all the picks whether you’re on your iPad, iPhone, Mac or Apple TV. There’s truly no reason to miss out!

    Stream the NFL draft on Apple devices

    If you want to watch the NFL draft on your Apple device, you can actually do so in several different ways.

    Before you start your NFL draft blitz, you might want to check the official 2017 NFL draft notes (.pdf) and download the NFL draft slots sheet (.pdf) to keep track of all the action.

    WatchESPN website and app

    If you’re an ESPN subscriber, you can log in and watch the NFL draft on WatchESPN during the weekend. You’ll get access whether you pay for a cable package or a subscription to popular streaming services like Sling TV or PlayStation Vue.

    As long as you can watch ESPN with your subscription, you’ll get access. You can use the app on your iPhone or iPad, or you can hit the WatchESPN website on your Mac.

    NFL.com and NFL Now app

    The pro football league is actually offering streams on NFL.com and its NFL Now streaming app. You’ll need access to the NFL Network in order to access these services, which will let you watch everything the network broadcasts during the draft live stream. (These can also be handy options to stream NFL coverage during the regular season.)

    Sling TV

    Sling TV is a streaming service that’ll let you watch NFL draft coverage without cable across ESPN, ESPN2 and the NFL Network. The ESPN networks are a part of the $20 per month “Sling Orange” package. You can watch free for a week with a seven-day trial.

    If you want to get NFL Network along with ESPN, you must bump up to the “Sling Orange + Sling Blue” package. This costs $40 per month and delivers about 45 diverse cable channels. Sling TV can be streamed on its app, the Sling TV website or from an Apple TV.

    PlayStation Vue

    Sony streaming service PlayStation Vue also offers an NFL draft stream. The package to get ESPN, ESPN2 and NFL Network costs $35 per month. You can watch the entire draft coverage along with around 60 other channels.

    The service is compatible with iOS — just download the PlayStation Vu app. You can also sign in and watch streams from your Mac or on the big screen with Apple TV.

    The broad range and size of the Vue channel package makes this a strong option as a full cable replacement. For many people, PlayStation Vue offers all the channels they’re interested in watching. You can test the service and watch the draft for free during a five-day trial.

    DIRECTV NOW

    Another service for those without cable, DIRECTV NOW also lets you watch the NFL draft on ESPN and ESPN2. NFL Network is not included here, but you should get plenty of coverage on the ESPN networks. The cost runs $35 per month for a package of more than 60 channels.

    Like PlayStation Vue, DIRECTV NOW can easily function as a full cable alternative. Subscribe and you can stream all the content on the DIRECTV NOW iOS app, on your television with Apple TV or straight from the service’s website. You can try DIRECTV NOW free for a week.

    Great era for streaming sports

    Clearly, you’ll have some good options for watching the NFL draft. This is one of the best parts about sports nowadays — it’s incredibly easy to stream some of the biggest events. Must-see games like the NBA playoffs and the NHL playoffs can now easily be streamed across all your Apple devices.

    Now you’ve got no excuse to miss out on anything!

    Chris Brantner founded Cut Cable Today, a website for cord cutters.

    Drafts opens to a new page with the keyboard ready so you can type immediately. Go hands-free with Dictation. Drafts lets you get things down before you forget without fiddling folders, naming, etc.

    Drafts is a launching-off point for text – use the actions to copy it, share it, or deep link into other apps and services. Compose a tweet or message, create a file in Dropbox, send a task off to Reminders – there are hooks into tons of your favorite apps.

    New entries go into the Inbox. Once there, you can Tag them for organization, Flag them for importance, or Archive them for long-term storage.

    Set up a text editing experience that’s perfect for you, with tons of interface adjustments like custom fonts and control over spacing, line height, and margins.

    How to access drafts on twitter on iphone or ipad

    How to access drafts on twitter on iphone or ipad

    How to access drafts on twitter on iphone or ipad

    How to access drafts on twitter on iphone or ipad

    How to access drafts on twitter on iphone or ipad

    How to access drafts on twitter on iphone or ipad

    Drafts gives you a new approach to using your iPhone, iPad, Mac, or Apple Watch, letting you write first and think about what to do with it later. Try it in your dock for a week, you’ll find you can’t live without it.

    Drafts opens lightning fast and with support for capture via Siri, widgets, share extension, file import, and dictation – Drafts is like post-its updated for the smartphone era.

    Actions make Drafts a Swiss Army knife for text. Integrate with a bewildering array of apps and services.

    Check out our Drafts Directory for ready-to-use actions for third party apps and services and other extensions. Join the Drafts Community to get help, find integration guides and a regular flow of tips & tricks.

    Have you saved some draft posts in your Facebook page and decide to publish them on iPhone? Do you want to delete a scheduled post in Facebook? Many iPhone users can’t find the draft posts or scheduled posts in Facebook app. If you have troubling finding a draft post or accessing scheduled post on Facebook app, this guide is just for you. We will show you two easy ways to access your draft posts and scheduled posts on iPhone.

    Access Facebook draft, scheduled posts from web browser

    Open Safari or other web browser app on your iPhone. Visit Facebook website, then log into your Facebook account. Open your Facebook Page. Then tap Activity at the top of your Facebook Page, you will see a screen like this.

    How to access drafts on twitter on iphone or ipad

    Tap Draft Posts to access, view and manage your saved draft, unpublished posts in your Facebook page. You can delete a draft post or publish it immediately from there. Tap the down arrow icon next to the draft, you will see the drop-down menu with Post Now and Delete items. Here you can choose to delete or publish a draft post in your Facebook Page.

    Tap Scheduled Posts to access, view and manage your scheduled posts in Facebook Page. You can add a scheduled page or link to your saved items, reschedule a post to publish it on another time, publish a scheduled post immediately, or delete a scheduled post.

    Find, manage Facebook draft, scheduled posts using Pages Manager

    Facebook Pages Manager lets you manage up to 50 Pages from your smartphone or tablet. You can check Page activity, share with your audience and see insights within the Pages Manager app.

    How to access drafts on twitter on iphone or ipad

    Install Facebook Pages Manager app on your iPhone, login using the same account from the Facebook app. Then switch to the Tools tab from the bottom of the Pages Manager. Here you can access and manage the Post drafts and Scheduled posts in your Facebook Pages. For example, you can edit, post or delete a draft post, edit, save, reschedule, publish or delete a scheduled post in the Facebook Pages Manager app.

    How to access drafts on twitter on iphone or ipad

    If you take advantage of the List feature on Twitter, then knowing how to pin your lists is quite useful. Once you pin a list, it will appear as another tab on your Twitter Home timeline. So, with a click or a tap, you can jump to that list quickly.

    This tutorial shows you how to pin Twitter lists on iPhone, iPad, and Mac.

    Pin Twitter lists on iPhone and iPad

    Open Twitter on your iPhone or iPad and follow these steps to pin a list.

    1) On iPhone, tap your profile photo on the top left. On iPad, go right to Step 2.

    2) Choose Lists.

    3) Tap the pin on the right side of the list you want to pin. This will move the list to the top in the Pinned section. You can pin more than one list if you like.

    How to access drafts on twitter on iphone or ipad

    4) If you pin more than one list, you can arrange the order you want them. Tap Edit.

    5) Tap and drag the lists where you want them and then tap Done when you finish.

    Tap the arrow to go back and you’ll see your pinned lists at the top of the Home tab.

    How to access drafts on twitter on iphone or ipad

    If you want to remove a pinned list, go back to the Lists section and tap the pin at the top for that list. It will be removed from the Pinned section.

    Pin Twitter lists on Mac

    If you use the Twitter app on your Mac, it’s just as easy to pin lists.

    1) Choose Lists from the menu on the left.

    2) Click the pin on the right side of the list you want to pin. This will move the list to the top in the Pinned section. You can pin more than one list if you like.

    How to access drafts on twitter on iphone or ipad

    3) If you pin more than one list, you can rearrange their order. Click Edit.

    4) Click, drag, and drop the lists where you want them and then hit Done when you finish.

    How to access drafts on twitter on iphone or ipad

    To remove a pinned list, just follow the same steps and click the pin for the list in the Pinned section to remove it.

    Wrapping it up

    Pinning lists that you use frequently is a great way to keep them handy, right on your Home timeline. And you can pin different ones on each of your devices, which is also convenient.

    How to access drafts on twitter on iphone or ipad

    There are some things hiding in Apple’s new iOS 10 software that iPhone and iPad users still don’t have access to. That’s right, dark mode, we’re looking at you. The much sought-after dark user interface mode that was found buried in the code from Apple’s first iOS 10 beta back in June still hasn’t managed to see the light of day. Who knows when we might finally see dark mode make its way to iPhones and iPads around the world? In the meantime though, there are plenty of other features hiding in iOS 10 that users actually have access to, and learning about them will help you get the most out of your iPhone or iPad.

    We already showed you dozens of secret features in Apple’s various iOS 10 apps, and now we’re back with a new list of hidden gestures that are going to change the way you use your iOS device.

    Let there be light

    Everyone knows about the flashlight button on the first Control Center panel in iOS. Swipe up from the bottom of the screen, tap the flashlight button, and your rear LED flash turns on to illuminate everything around you. But beginning with iOS 10, there’s a sweet new flashlight feature available. Press and hold firmly on the flashlight button to open a 3D Touch Action Menu that will let you choose low light, medium light or bright light.

    See recently closed tabs

    You know that tapping the tabs icon in the lower-right corner of Safari shows you all of your open tabs. You know that tapping the plus icon on the tabs view will open a new tab. But did you know that if you tap and hold that plus icon you’ll see a list of all your recently closed tabs?

    Bring back the address bar

    When you visit a web page in Safari and begin to scroll, the address bar/toolbar disappears so that the webpage can occupy more of the screen. But you don’t have to swipe back down to make it reappear — just tap near the bottom of the display.

    Move calendar events

    This is a cool one: if you have an entry in your calendar and the time has changed, you don’t have to jump through all those hoops to reschedule it. In the single-day view, simply tap and hold on the event and you can drag it to the proper time. Just don’t press too hard or you’ll trigger a Peek or a Pop.

    Hidden back button in Calculator

    Don’t clear your entire entry just because you accidentally typed “58009” instead of “58008.” Simply swipe to the right on the numbers in the virtual calculator window and you’ll be able to delete them one at a time.

    Zoom in on videos

    Pinch to zoom on photos is a gesture everyone knows about, but did you know that you can now use the same gesture to zoom in and out on videos? Now you do.

    Select multiple photos

    Want to delete the 47 bad selfies you just took before you finally got the perfect shot? You don’t have to keep tapping away. With the thumbnails view open in the Photos app, tap the select button in the top right corner. Then tap on the first image you’d like to select and slide your finger around the screen — you’ll select every photo you touch along the way.

    Move to the top or bottom of an album

    You have about a billion photos on your iPhone and navigating through them can be a chore. On any photo album screen, you can tap the time at the top of the display to zip to the top. Everyone knows that shortcut… but you can also tap the Photos icon at the bottom of the screen to zip to the bottom of the album.

    Quickly save an email draft

    You’re in the middle of tapping out an email when a new message comes in that you need to check out. Don’t worry, saving a draft can not be done with one single gesture. Just swipe down on the screen beginning at the top of the email screen and your draft will be saved while you navigate elsewhere in the email app.

    See all your email drafts

    Did you get carried away with the tip above and now you’ve lost count of all your drafts. Don’t forget to send those important emails and get fired, just tap and hold on the compose button in the bottom-right corner and a list of all your drafts will pop up.

    How to access drafts on twitter on iphone or ipad

    Zach Epstein has worked in and around ICT for more than 15 years, first in marketing and business development with two private telcos, then as a writer and editor covering business news, consumer electronics and telecommunications. Zach’s work has been quoted by countless top news publications in the US and around the world. He was also recently named one of the world’s top-10 “power mobile influencers” by Forbes, as well as one of Inc. Magazine’s top-30 Internet of Things experts.