Tuesday, October 01, 2013
How To Setup Expiry Period to the Tweets On TwitterBy Jitendra Indave in: How to Twitter On Tuesday, October 01, 2013
Many times on twitter, you wish to post time bounded tweets, means after passing a specific period of time those tweets should be deleted automatically. For example a prediction about a match or information shared about a discount coupon. Such type of posts becomes useless after passing a certain period of time. Even we don’t have enough time to remove those tweets. If such types of tweets are there in large number, our message board appears kind of a dustbin. Don’t you think? The twitter user can avail this facility by using ‘#’ (hash tag). It means you can schedule to automatically delete a tweet after certain minute, hour or days. Suppose, you want to delete tweet after 10 minutes since posting, you need to enter “#10m” (without commas) at the end of twit line. Same way for 10 hours – “#10h”, for 10 days – “#10d” can be used. The # sets expiration period for the tweet.
By: Jitendra Indave