How to create a thread on Twitter

How to create a thread on Twitter

Sometimes we need more than one Tweet to express ourselves.  A Thread on Twitter is a series of connected Tweets from one person. With a thread you can provide additional context, an update, or an extended point by connecting multiple Tweets together.


On Desktop

  1. Click the Tweet button to draft a new Tweet.
  2. To add another Tweet(s), click the highlighted plus icon  (the icon will highlight once you have entered in text).
    Note: If you go over the character limit, the text that is over the limit will be highlighted for easier editing before you post.
  3. To delete any of your Tweet, click the delete button 
  4. When you have finished

On Desktop

  1. Click the Tweet button to draft a new Tweet.
  2. To add another Tweet(s), click the highlighted plus icon  (the icon will highlight once you have entered in text).
    Note: If you go over the character limit, the text that is over the limit will be highlighted for easier editing before you post.
  3. To delete any of your Tweet, click the delete button 
  4. When you have finished

On  Android and IPhone
  1. Tap the compose icon  to draft a new Tweet.
  2. To add another Tweet(s), tap the highlighted plus icon  (the icon will highlight once you have entered in text).
    Note: If you go over the character limit, the text that is over the limit will be highlighted for easier editing before you Tweet.
  3. To delete any of your Tweets, tap the gray delete icon  To delete the entire thread, tap the blue delete icon 
  4. When you have finished adding all the Tweets you’d like included in your thread, tap Tweet all to post.
    Note: A thread can be saved as a draft by tapping the delete icon  Drafts of threads are distinguishable from a single Tweet draft by indicating the number of Tweets in your thread. Tap View (number of) Tweets to review and or edit any of your drafts prior to Tweeting.


   On  Android and IPhone
  1. Tap the compose icon  to draft a new Tweet.
  2. To add another Tweet(s), tap the highlighted plus icon  (the icon will highlight once you have entered in text).
    Note: If you go over the character limit, the text that is over the limit will be highlighted for easier editing before you Tweet.
  3. To delete any of your Tweets, tap the gray delete icon  To delete the entire thread, tap the blue delete icon 
  4. When you have finished adding all the Tweets you’d like included in your thread, tap Tweet all to post.
    Note: A thread can be saved as a draft by tapping the delete icon  Drafts of threads are distinguishable from a single Tweet draft by indicating the number of Tweets in your thread. Tap View (number of) Tweets to review and or edit any of your drafts prior to Tweeting.

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