Twitter brings new guidelines in February 2018, “Prevent people from exploiting several accounts for artificially amplifying a message”. Twitter announced more information here- https://blog.twitter.com/developer/en_us/topics/tips/2018/automation-and-the-use-of-multiple-accounts.html
This simply means that all third-party services like SocialPilot, are no longer allowed to permit users to share the same post to multiple Twitter accounts at one time. Twitter further added by sharing a deadline of March 23, 2018, to bring third-party apps into consent for obeying these rules.
So, from March 23, 2018, the users will only be allowed to schedule their tweets to one Twitter account at one time. Means that you have to create unique posts each time for each Twitter accounts.
Also when you are selecting the option “Select All” while scheduling the post to multiple social media profiles, the first Twitter account in the list will be selected by default. If you want that post to be shared with a different Twitter account please unselect the selected one first and then you’ll be able to select your other Twitter profile.
The same applies to the Groups as well. If you select the group of Twitter accounts created in SocialPilot then it’ll be automatically select the first Twitter profile and post will be shared on that profile only.
Well, yes, these kinds of alters can be a bit disturbing at first, but we’re also taking it as a great news for the Twitter ecosystem. We consider that our new composer experience is just an initial step towards helping marketers for creating some creative and authentic content.
We’re making efforts to explore more solutions for marketers and for making the posting process of unique content to Twitter accounts easy and effortless.