The file that you want to upload must be a CSV (comma-separated value) text file with a .csv extension and must be in UTF-8 encoding. The file must not be larger than 10 MB in size.
Uploading anything else will result in weird characters in the post text. The file name cannot contain spaces.
On Windows in Microsoft Excel, click File, Save As and select CSV (Comma delimited) in the Save As Type box. You might then need to open the CSV file in Notepad, and save it in UTF-8 encoded format by selecting UTF8 in the Encoding dropdown box.
On a Mac in Numbers, select File, Export To and make sure that Unicode UTF8 is selected in the Text Encoding box.
The posts will be scheduled in the order they are listed in the file. In other words, the post at the top of the file is scheduled at the date and time you entered in the upload form, the next one down is scheduled at the date and time plus the time increment you selected, and so on.
Posts loaded into queues are loaded in the sequence of the posts in the file. The post at the top of the file will be published first.
Only basic text social posts and blog posts can be bulk uploaded. Posts with attached media cannot be bulk uploaded.
For posts to the networks listed below, the CSV file must contain a single column with the post text. Download a sample file.
For posts to the networks listed below, the CSV file must contain two columns with the post title in Column 1 and the post body in Column 2. Download a sample file.
Posts for any network not listed above cannot be bulk uploaded.
A tweet thread is created by entering all the tweets in the same row and column of the spreadsheet that you're creating. Separate the text of each tweet with the string
This is tweet #1.
This is tweet #2.
This is tweet #3.
All the tweets in the thread will be published at the same time.