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Updated: June 8, 2024

This simple shortcut will help you cross-post and schedule posts to Bluesky with your iPhone. How to Schedule Posts to Bluesky and Cross-post from Other Platforms

Bluesky is fast emerging as one of the major contenders in the race for the top Twitter (X) alternative — and with good reason.

The new platform is easy to use, it offers a high degree of control over your timeline, and — thankfully, given X recently axed the feature — headlines still pull through with links. 

Bluesky, which was created by former Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, is a decentralized, invite-only social network built on an open-source protocol. People are flooding to the platform — it hit 1 million users in September 2023. And what with Pebble/T2, another Twitter alternative, closing shop, Bluesky may soon see another spike in popularity.

It makes sense that users are looking to add it to their social media management system — and that having Bluesky as a channel in Buffer is a highly requested feature! Rest assured, we are working on it. You can keep up to date with our progress on that front in our transparent feature request system, Buffer Suggestions.

If you’re a Bluesky newbie or on the fence about signing up, I recommend checking out our Bluesky beginner’s guide for everything you need to know about the platform.

In the meantime, Buffer CEO Joel Gascoigne and Staff Product Manager

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