This article covers the process by which you can reply to your own tweets sent via Orlo, creating a thread of tweets on your feed.
To create a thread of tweets that will be displayed similar to the screenshot below on Twitter, you need to reply to one of your own tweets.
In order to do this, the first step is to send out a tweet via Orlo. Once you have done this, you will need to locate your tweet via either the Content Calendar or the Outbox. Once you have found your tweet, there will be a 3-dot button top-right, which once hovered over will display a few options. One of these is a plus icon, which allows you to create your thread:
Clicking this will open up a Twitter Thread screen. Here, you can click on the 'Add to thread' button to bring up the compose tab where you can reply to your other tweet, creating a thread. There will be a button in the compose tab with a reply arrow which will open up the Tweet you are replying to as a reminder:
When you have posted the first reply to your tweet, you can find that reply and go through the same process above to create longer threads, or use the 'Add to thread' button in the view shown below.