Available on twitter: Twitter conversations are getting easier
Twitter remains the only platform where many issues are discussed and talked about nowadays because of the corona virus pandemic . In this process, the delightful update came from Twitter. Lost conversations and complex communication structure are changing among so many tweets . New Twitter replies features are coming!
Twitter replies features are being updated!
One of the platforms that increased the usage rate due to Corona virus pandemic was Twitter. In the following days, when we follow many topics on Twitter, the biggest problem we experience is the complex structure of the tweet responses .
Twitter announced today that it has brought a new order for responses that will use lines and indents to make it easier to understand who you are responding to and how the conversation flows. The company will also test placing interaction actions on a new tab, including likes, retweets, and response icons , to more easily track responses in chats .
Your conversations are the 💙 of Twitter, so we’re testing ways to make them easier to read and follow.
Some of you on iOS and web will see a new layout for replies with lines and indentations that make it clearer who is talking to whom and to fit more of the convo in one view. pic.twitter.com/sB2y09fG9t
— Twitter Support (@TwitterSupport) May 5, 2020
These features have been tested on twttr , Twitter’s prototype application, for over a year. The app was introduced at the Consumer Electronics Fair in January 2019 as a way to try new ideas in the field outside of Twitter’s public network.
Features that have been tested on Twttr for a while continue to be available on Twitter. The new answering and speaking features have also completed their tests and will be available on Twitter shortly. While the features are expected to be available primarily for iOS and the Web , they are expected to be distributed to Android devices without a long break .
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