Insert your tweet and specify the days and between which times the tweet should be published.
Whether the tweet will actually be published depends on two things: your rotation speed, and the amount of tweets being rotated. If you choose a very slow speed or if you have many tweets in your rotation list, not all tweets will be published ever day.
Imagine you have a list of 100 tweets that you want to periodically publish.
Of course you could schedule all these tweets, however this would require constant effort. This is where rotation becomes handy: enter your tweets once and set the rotation speed (how often to tweet). Rotation will then loop through your tweets over and over again.
How's that for a time saver?
Tip: You can also make tweets rotate only on specific days or between specific times.
To understand how rotation works, you have to realize that there are two things that determine when your tweet is published.
The rotation speed determines how often a tweet is published. In addition to this, the amount of tweets that are in your rotation list also affect how often a specific tweet is published.
If you have a rotation speed of 1 tweet per 6 hours, and you have 12 tweets being rotated, it will take 3 days before all your tweets have been published. This example assumes that you haven't set any day or time restrictions to the tweets.