How to send messages to your Facebook friends and Twitter at midnight New Year
Are you ready to shout Happy New Year? Might want to greet all your friends on social networks, but at midnight you’re busy giving hugs, watching fireworks and drinking champagne. No need to worry! Here we give some alternatives to send greetings without having to be with the smartphone in hand when they give the 12.
- Anticipating the situation described above, the social network Mark Zuckerberg created his own tool to send messages at midnight called “Midnight Message Delivery” . The app lets you choose the people you want to send a message, and write your wishes for 2013 and may even add photos. The message will be published at 00:00.
- Another alternative is to use IFTTT , it may be more practical because it allows you to program the New Year greeting for all the years to come in the future, and so no need to worry anymore. This recipe allows you to choose your time zone, and the message want to put on your wall. The greeting is less customizable than the delivery option that Facebook itself because you can not choose people to quote in the message, but still practical.
- Although Twitter has not released anything special for New Year schedule tweets, a possibility we have is to use TweetDeck to leave a post prepared for the 12 midnight. Just click on the clock icon, and you can choose the time you want to send our message to greet the followers.
- As with Facebook, we can use IFTTT to send scheduled messages on Twitter. This recipe send a message whenever January 1 for the years to come, so you can leave a message and stop worrying over the coming years new to send salutations.