Update Posts on Twitter and Facebook from Apple Watch [How-to]

Updating post on Twitter and Facebook from Apple Watch is less time consuming and more productive. Have you never tried it to connect with your friends or followers? It's time you gave it a try to bring about the desired acceleration in your social media management!

How convenient would it be to update posts on Twitter and Facebook right from your Apple Watch? It would really be very comfy and less time consuming, wouldn’t it be?

Enter “Buffer”—a highly proficient social media manager for iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch. The app lets you connect with all the mainstream social media apps, keep an eye on your posts, analyze their impact and update them effortlessly. So, the next time, you feel like checking out your Facebook page to find out how much attention it’s getting from your friends or customers, simply raise your wrist, give a smooth touch on the tiny screen of your smartwatch and everything you want to know is on the screen!

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How to Update Posts on Twitter and Facebook from Apple Watch

How to Update Posts on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram Pinterest, LinkedIn and Google+ from Apple Watch, iPhone, and iPad

Step #1. Download Buffer on your paired iPhone. And then open Watch app on the iOS device → My Watch → Buffer and ensure the Show App on Apple Watch toggle is turned on.

Step #2. Now, open the app on your smartphone and sign up. You can sign up using Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Email.

Step #3. Next, connect your social profile or page. And allow the app to have access to your social media profile.

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Step #4. Once you have set it up on your iOS device, open Buffer on your smartwatch.

Then, use the microphone to update the posts quickly. Keep track of all of your social media profiles and easily find out the latest updates.

The app offers insightful analytics for every update you share to ensure you can keep an eye on their impact with ease.

With the clean interface and easy-to-use features, it feels very familiar right from the word go.

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The free version of the app allows you to connect up to three social accounts and allows you to schedule 10 posts per profile.

The social media manager offers two premium plans:

Awesome Plan:

It lets you connect up to 10 social accounts and schedule up to 100 posts. Besides, it comes with RSS feed integration. Awesome Plan is available for $9.99 per month and $99.99 per year.

Small Business Plan:

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It allows you to connect up to 25 social accounts and offers five team members & contributions feature. You can schedule up to 2,000 posts per profile. Additionally, it also features RSS feed integration. Small Business subscription is available for $99.99/monthly and $999.99/annually.

That’s it!

Have your say:

Buffer has ticked off all the important boxes for me. It’s a simple but very effective app that should live up to your demanding social media management. What do you think of it?

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Jignesh Padhiyarhttps://www.igeeksblog.com
Jignesh Padhiyar is the co-founder of iGeeksBlog.com who has a keen eye for news, rumors and all the unusual stuff that happens around Apple products. During his tight schedule, Jignesh finds some moments of respite to share side-splitting contents on social media.

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