Typefully is a distraction-free tool to supercharge and automate your Twitter account. The tool has been created by the @mailbrew team by following the less is more approach.
For me, the main attraction is the minimal and distraction-free editor that lets me write long threads without using my mouse — much like a blog post.
In this Typefully review, I will explain all the interesting features of the app, what I like and what I don’t like about it.
Here we go…
Along with FeedHive, I have been trying Typefully for a few months now and I am absolutely in love with the tool, mainly for its amazing editor. I do not like shifting between the keyboard and mouse while writing anything, be it blog posts or threads and Typefully editor helps me with that.
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Some of the notable features of the tool are the following:
With the paid plan ($96 per year), you can schedule an unlimited number of tweets in the future. You can even plan and create tweets/threads for your whole month in a single day.
Here’s what the editor and schedule button looks like while tweeting:
And not to mention, it supports dark mode too.
Powerful analytics and an amazing dashboard are other features that you will like a lot. It shows followers, impressions, conversion, and tweets performance in nice-looking graphs. Here’s what the analytics dashboard looks like:
Cool, isn’t it?
The paid plan of Typefully lets you handle multiple Twitter accounts at once — the interface makes it very easy to manage several accounts.
You can even publish a tweet on all your account from the tool.
How if you could show a tweet/thread to your colleagues before it goes live?
Typefully lets you share tweets with a private link to your friends and colleagues before it goes live on Twitter. This feature helps you get any feedback on the tweet and avoid any spelling or grammar mistakes.
Best time to post
A relatively newer feature that I absolutely love is the “best time to post”. It analyzes your old tweets data and provides you with the best time slots where your tweets are more likely to perform better.
Even your best tweets get lost after a while, they are not like blog posts that keep receiving decent traffic even after months and years.
Typefully’s auto-retweet feature retweets your tweets automatically after a set interval so that they get the maximum exposure that they deserve.
Some Twitter scheduling platforms out there limit the number of images that you can embed in a tweet. But not Typefully, it lets you add an unlimited number of images to a tweet easily.
For most users, this feature isn’t like something groundbreaking but for some, it’s definitely a deal-breaker.
Auto-plug is a relatively newer but interesting feature in the tool. Based on a set condition, the tool automatically plugs in another tweet in the same tweet.
For example, if you want to add a newsletter subscription tweet in your tweets that get more than 100 likes; you can do that easily with Typefully.
Personally, I prefer using Typefully over other Twitter scheduling tools because it’s comparatively cheaper, has a clean UI, and has some interesting features.
Currently, the tool offers 2 pricing plans:
- 1 account — $8 per month (billed yearly)
- Unlimited accounts — $19 per month (billed yearly)
Hope you liked my Typefully review! If you have a related query, feel free to let me know in the comments.