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My Smartphone should automatically tweet that I got up when I use it in morning.

How can I setup my phone so that when I get up early in morning and first thing I do in morning is to swipe the screen, a tweet like

I got up at 6 AM

is send?

  • OP: What you are asking for is bordering on something broad and similar to @bmdixon's answer below! There are plenty of tasker code out there, and anyway, why would you want your followers to know you got up at 6AM anyway? – t0mm13b Jul 25 '13 at 15:56
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You could probably use On {x} for this. You should be able to configure it so that it sends a tweet the first time you unlock your phone each day. I've not used it much myself though so can't tell you exactly how. Another possible option would be using Tasker.

  • That sounds unwieldy, there are twitter apps out there that can facilitate scheduled tweets such as the one I've mentioned in my answer. – t0mm13b Jul 25 '13 at 15:44
  • I interpreted the question as tweeting when he wakes up, not sending a tweet at a specific time. If he doesn't wake up till 7AM I presume he doesn't want to tweet till then. – bmdixon Jul 25 '13 at 15:50
  • Think the OP is asking a very broad and specific recommendation... at first I misinterpreted as silencing tweets, but no, have not heard of such a app, sure it can be done with likes of illama, tasker etc, but my feeling is the OP is looking for specific twitter app... – t0mm13b Jul 25 '13 at 15:54
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As a user of Tweetcaster Pro, which can do this for you!

There's a facility, to schedule tweets, at a designated user's time of their choice, as well into the future:

See screenshots below, notably Post Later:

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But having said that, I normally do not answer to questions asking for recommendations as they are off-topic, please read the [FAQ].

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    How does that answer the question? – user5506 Jul 25 '13 at 15:08
  • @t0mm13b: The OP was asking for an app that would send a tweet when they woke up, not supress incoming tweets until then. – Stephen Schrauger Jul 25 '13 at 15:09
  • See my edit! Sorry guys, I misinterpreted the OP's question – t0mm13b Jul 25 '13 at 15:41

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