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  • Mal McCallion

Tweeets: Structure your X's here

Updated: Oct 31, 2023

There's one glaring issue with this tool - and it's not the super-dark interface.

No, if there was ever a test-case for why you shouldn't name your product after someone else's, it's here. A shame for the team that Elon Musk changed the name of Twitter to X, thereby giving this startup a huge headache. Perhaps worse is that no one knows what we're supposed to call Tweets these days - X's? Rex's?!

Anyway, this is a serviceable and helpful way to use AI to write and schedule posts on the X platform. If it's your go-to medium for communicating with your audience then you'll love its simplicity. If you have a broader marketing plan, covering a wider range of platforms (which I'd highly recommend) then you may find it more work than necessary for just one part of your outreach.

If you're the pitying kind, you might also want to use it to help the founding team, who will have spent months creating the app and brand. That must have been some moment, when they realised that Musk was seriously going to take away the relevance of their name. A cautionary tale indeed.

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