Troubleshooting Tips for Twitter Outage: How to Schedule a Tweet on Twitter

Twitter users experienced an unexpected outage on Monday, with many users being met with an error message stating “your current API plan does not include access to this endpoint”.[0] Along with the error message, users were unable to access photos or click through links, causing further frustration.[0] This was all a result of changes made by Twitter to move from an open API culture to a premium-only API service.[1] CEO Elon Musk has attempted to shut off likely a majority of Twitter’s microservices, leading to a significant outage last month, leaving users unable to like, tweet or direct message.[1]

If you’re having trouble tweeting on Twitter, here are some troubleshooting tips from PCMag’s Chandra Steele. Firstly, you’ll need to schedule your message. Navigate to on the internet browser, compose your tweet, and select the calendar icon.[2] Here, you can schedule the tweet one or more minutes in advance.[2] Secondly, make sure to change the date since the default is set for five days from now.[2] is a renowned source of knowledge on technology, providing unbiased evaluations of the newest products and services.[2] This content was initially published on and is provided here as a helpful guide for anyone having problems while tweeting on Twitter.

0. “As Twitter failures go from bad to worse, users wonder how long it can stay online” CNN, 12 Mar. 2023,

1. “What We Can Learn from Twitter's Outages” The New Stack, 13 Mar. 2023,

2. “Twitter may be down, but you can still tweet. Here's how.” AOL, 11 Mar. 2023,

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