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Bulk queue images?

Discussion in 'Twitter' started by brickharbor, Jan 9, 2016.

  1. brickharbor

    brickharbor Junior Member

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    Hey guys. I currently use TweetDeck scheduling images one by one, I was wondering if anyone knew of any tools that would let me upload say 500 images and it would automatically schedule them to be posted an hour apart or something like that?
     
  2. Stansy

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    Have you tried setting a schedule on buffer and just picking which photos fit the slots. The way I'm thinking in my head this will take an hour+ but you'd be good to go until your queue is empty.
    There may be an easier way.
     
  3. HoNeYBiRD

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    for free or can it be paid?

    i think there's no such thing for free, if paid is good too, you can try socialoomph pro (7 days trial), massplanner (5 days trial) etc
     
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    I agree with Stansy, buffer seems like a good option.
     
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    What buffer though? :) the site buffer.com? because that can get pricy, if OP wants to schedule hundreds or thousands of tweets, which i guess he want, hence he asked

    massplanner seems to be the cheapest solution for this

    or record a macro with imacros for tweetdeck and schedule the image posts one by one, that would be free, but it could take long, if there's a lot of accounts/tweets which needs to be scheduled and might not worth the hassle, it would be a lot easier to drop $10/month on massplanner + a not too expensive one time fee, if you want to work with several accounts
     
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    It takes so long uploading one by one, I'm looking to upload a few thousand to a few accounts, I did used to use Buffer a while ago though.

    I have a mac with no virtual machine running so Massplanner is out of the question unfortunately. Do you know if Socialoomph does it? I had a look on their site and it doesn't say anything about mass image uploads.