Click the Tweet button to post the Tweet to your profile.
To save a draft of your Tweet, click the X icon in the top left corner of the compose box, then click Save. To schedule your Tweet to be sent at a later date/time, click on the calendar icon at the bottom of the compose box and make your schedule selections, then click Confirm. To access your drafts and scheduled Tweets, click on Unsent Tweets from the Tweet compose box.
Tweet source labels
Tweet source labels help you better understand how a Tweet was posted. This additional information provides context about the Tweet and its author. If you don’t recognize the source, you may want to learn more to determine how much you trust the content.
Click on a Tweet to go to the Tweet details page.
At the bottom of the Tweet, you’ll see the label for the source of the account’s Tweet. For example, “Twitter for iPhone,” “Twitter for Android,” or “Twitter for Web.”
In some cases you may see a third-party client name, which indicates the Tweet came from a non-Twitter application. Authors sometimes use third-party client applications to manage their Tweets, manage marketing campaigns, measure advertising performance, provide customer support, and to target certain groups of people to advertise to. Third-party clients are software tools used by authors and therefore are not affiliated with, nor do they reflect the views of, the Tweet content. Tweets and campaigns can be directly created by humans or, in some circumstances, automated by an application. Visit our partners page for a list of common third-party sources.
Customize the follow button to your liking with the available options.
Copy and paste the code into the HTML of your website wherever you would like the button to appear. (At this time, the follow button cannot be added to Facebook profiles.)
Note: Your Twitter profile already has a follow button to allow people follow you, but you will not see the option to follow your account when you view your own profile (because you can’t follow yourself).
For more information on enhancing your website’s integration of Twitter features, visit our developer site.
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