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How to preview Twitter posts

While creating a post on Twitter, you check exactly how it will be shared online anytime. Whether it is going to be posted directly or scheduled for a later use.


Signatures aren’t supported on Twitter.
You can preview both the Desktop and Mobile view.

Here’s what you can preview on you Twitter posts:

Captions- If you choose to only write some text or even attach emojis, you can preview the post immediately. If you don’t like it, then you just continue editing.

Mentions- Would you like to mention someone on Twitter? That’s amazing. Publer will provide many suggestions as soon as you type @ on your dashboard. It works exactly as in the app.

Locations- This one is tricky. You can add a Location on your Twitter post on Publer, but you can’t preview it, because even when you are on the Twitter app you should first need to open the post and then see the location. But worry less, the Location feature is Publer’s favorite one, so it will be attached!

Links- Attach a link to your Twitter post and see how it will be shared online. You don’t like it? Then you can easily change it.

Photos/Albums- Are you worried whether the portrait/landscape photo is going to be shared differently? Then you can just use Publer’s Previewing tools to check that out before it goes online.

GIFs- Get yourself a live preview of how GIFs will appear online. Choose among the countless options by searching the desired one.

Videos- Preview how videos will be shared online. You can add texts, emojis, mentions and still preview the whole post.

Watermarks- Preview any type of watermark on your photos and videos Twitter. Make the desired modifications anytime, before scheduling it.

Shortcodes- No need to write your website, email, phone number or promo codes tons of times. Just create a short-code and than attach it to the text. Work smart and review your work anytime.

Here’s an example of how a Twitter post that has text, emoji, mention and photo will be previewed on Publer:

Updated on: 20/10/2022

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