Tweet more, work less.
Flutter scrapes content from anywhere on the web and tweets it for you on a recurring schedule.Sign up with Twitter See Examples
Example - Tweet the oil price every hour.
Example - Tweet weather updates every day.
Example - Tweet a stock price every hour.
Example - Countdown to an event automatically.
Example - Tweet the top ProductHunt every day.
Social Media Automation
Social media automation can contribute to a consistent presence on Twitter when used well. However, maintaining a consistent presence on Twitter can be a lot of work, especially for smaller organisations. Flutter’s automated tweets mixed in with authentic tweets will save you a lot of time and ensure your Twitter account is always active.
Flutter tweets are automatically posted on a continuous and repeating schedule.
For example, every hour, every day at 9am, every week on Monday at 10pm, the 1st of every month, etc.
Twitter Automation Ideas
Flutter could be used to Tweet the latest post from your favourite blog, Tweet the trending post on an aggregator, Tweet the latest value from a live data source, e.g., stock prices, weather stats, public data, etc, or tweet basically any dynamic element on the web, e.g., a quote of the day, a countdown timer, and much more.
These examples only scrape the surface of what’s possible with Flutter!
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The Plans & Pricing
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Daily, weekly & monthly
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Frequently Asked Questions
How exactly does Flutter work?
- You provide a URL and CSS selector that points to a piece of dynamic content.
- You set a schedule and time for your recurring tweet e.g. hourly at 15 mins past the hour, daily at 10:00, etc.
- At the time you set in your schedule, Flutter scrapes the content from the page and element you specified in point 1.
- Flutter inserts that content into a pre-formatted tweet that you have specified and then tweets it for you.
- Flutter repeats this process at the time you set until you deactivate or delete the recurring tweet.
I need examples of recurring tweets?
Flutter is a very generic social media tool. If you don't have a specific idea for a recurring tweet it can be challenging to think of one on the spot. We've got you covered. We're building a showcase of recurring tweets you can set up with one click.
How do I get a CSS Selector?
A CSS selector is some text that lets Flutter know exactly where a piece of data is on a web page. Flutter uses these selectors to extract the text or image from a web page and insert it into a tweet. Follow our walk through tutorial to find out how to get a CSS selector from a particular page.