Get the best out of Twitter with TweetDeckвЂ™s advanced features вЂ” ideal for consuming and analyzing a lot of information at once. Customize your experience with Tweet scheduling, collections, search, filtering, and more.
The column of icons listed on the left navigation bar, including Home
, and mentions
, represent your TweetDeck column order. To change the order, click an icon and drag it to your desired placement.
TweetDeck allows you to schedule Tweets in advance. If you manage multiple accounts through TweetDeck, you have the option to schedule Tweets for each of them.
For those who use TweetDeck in a corporate environment, note that all scheduled Tweets for accounts connected to your TweetDeck are visible to anyone with access.
To schedule a Tweet:
- Sign in to your TweetDeck account and click the Tweet.В
- Confirm that the Twitter account you'd like to Tweet from is selected.В
- Compose your Tweet. Include an image or video with the Tweet by clicking Add images or video.
- Click Schedule Tweet and select the date and time youвЂ™d like the Tweet posted.
- Click Schedule Tweet at [date/time].
Tip: View and edit your scheduled Tweets by adding a Scheduled column. Read about adding columns to your TweetDeck.
Note : TweetDeck does not support scheduled Direct Messages.
With collections, you can organize Tweets according to topics, events, interests, conversations, and more, all in real-time. Add your collections as columns, and Tweet the URL to share it with others.
To create a collection on TweetDeck:
From the navigation bar, click on the plus iconВ
to select Add column. You can also use the keyboard shortcut A, to add a new column to your dashboard.
Tip: You can change the title and description of your collection at any time. To update your title, simply click into the title field and edit. To update your description, click the pencil iconВ
to edit, then click Save.
To add or remove Tweets from your collection:
Find a Tweet you would like to add to your collection and select the more iconВ
. From the drop-down menu, select Add to collection. You can also hover your cursor over your selected Tweets, then click the drag iconВ
to add Tweets to your collection.
and move the selected Tweet up or down in your collection. You can also copy a Tweet from one collection to another by holding down the drag icon and moving the desired Tweet to another collection column.
To share your collection:
Click the filter iconВ
at the top of your collection to access the columnвЂ™s options menu. Click the shareВ
В icon, then choose between: Embed collection, View on twitter.com, or Tweet about this collection.
Note : Only public Tweets can be added to collections, which are public and viewable by all users through the collection's URL.В
When you begin to type characters into the search box, TweetDeck will run a real-time search that attempts to autocomplete your search term, surfacing potentially relevant search topics and accounts. Different search topics will be shown on the top half of the drop-down menu, whereas user accounts will be shown on the bottom half.
If you select one of the suggested search terms, you will be given the option to browse users related to that search topic or Tweets related to that search term.В
It's easy to uncover sentiment surrounding a topic; simply search for a topic followed by a happy or sad emoticon. For example, you can create a search column with the keyword "San Francisco :)" to see Tweets regarding San Francisco in a positive manner.
TweetDeckвЂ™s column filters are a powerful way to customize searches by keyword, date and time, and to stay on top of new Tweets as columns quickly update.
Click the filter iconВ
at the top of any column to access the options menu:
- Content: Tweets matching keywords, media type, dates and time, language, or including or excluding Retweets
- Location: Tweets geotagged in a specified locations
- Users: Tweets from a specific account, members of a List, or verified accounts
- Engagement: Tweets with a minimum number of Retweets, likes, or replies
- Alerts: Tweet alerts through sound or desktop notifications
The asterisk is also a powerful filtering tool in a TweetDeck search column. You can run searches using the keywords such as вЂњSan Francisco is *.вЂќ This will yield Tweets containing text such as, вЂњ San Francisco is pretty,вЂќ вЂњSan Francisco is small,вЂќ etc.
TweetDeck makes it easy for you to re-run searches that you have previously completed. Click on the search iconВ
located in the navigation bar and your previous searches will be displayed in a drop-down menu. You can always clear your previous searches by clicking on Clear history at the bottom on the drop-down menu.
After you run a search, you can customize your results even further by adding advanced search queries.В
- To search for Tweets mentioning "#SanFrancisco" that link to news stories, type the following in the search box: #SanFrancisco filter:news
- To exclude a search term, use a negative filter type ("-filter:type") in your search query.В
- To search for mentions of #space from verified accounts, excluding Retweets, type the following in the search box: #space filter:verified -filter:nativeretweets
- To search for mentions of either вЂњredвЂќ or вЂњblackвЂќ, with mentions of either вЂњcoldвЂќ or вЂњhotвЂќ, with at least twenty Retweets, but excluding mentions of вЂњ#thedressвЂќ, and linking to news sources, type the following in the search box: (red OR black) AND (cold OR hot) min_retweets:20 filter:news -#thedress