Today when I saw someone's twitter page, they put "Have a progressive day everyone!" I was just wondering what did they mean by that.
Are you sure you are not misquoting the "twit" (or whatever stupid name they call twitter posts these days)?
It's not that "have a progressive day" is necessarily wrong, but "have a productive day" seems to me to be rather more likely, as it is a trite lower/middle management stock-phrase that is intended to spur the miserable subordinate masses on towards ever more mind numbing toil.
Like "have a nice day":
..... "have a productive day" is one of those expressions that can be routinely thrown into a tedious conversation, or pep talk, when the interlocutor has nothing original or inspiring to say for themselves.
In either case, it more or less means: "get on with it" ..... whatever "it" is that you are supposed to be doing.
I'm not so sure either. Maybe they meant, "Hope you get all your work done!"
No, I didn't quote the tweet wrong. That is exactly what the person posted.