Twitter today launched a new Thread feature which allows users to easily post more tweetstorms. Tweetstorms has been a part of the Twitter for many years. Most users have their own ways to post them. Many users post their tweets which are marked by numbers and publish it as a reply to the last tweet which makes easier for other people to read them properly. Twitter’s Thread is requested feature and the company has been testing its implementation.
Sasank Reddy, Product Manager, Twitter in a blog post wrote, “A few years ago we noticed people creatively stitching Tweets together to share more information or tell a longer story – like this. We saw this approach (which we [...]
Twitter is an Online News and Social Networking websites Similar to Facebook, Google+ and Orkut. Where users Post and Interact with Celebrities and Famous People. Where People initially can Post only up to 140 Characters, After a New Update then the character limit was increased to 280 characters. It could be Accessed Via Web and Play Store as an App.
Recently Twitter has announced its new Data friendly, A very Small App last month for the Philippines. It was mainly designed for people with small internal storage, Power Inefficient Processor, and People who Pay a lot for their Data and tied up with their Network Provider under a Contract. Now after the Successful trial, [...]
Social networking site Twitter has started testing two new features ‘Bookmarks’ and ‘Talking about’ that will be released to the public in a couple of weeks. Coming towards ‘Bookmarks’ feature, it was first called has ‘saved for later’ feature and it will help users to mark and save the post that they want to read later. ‘Talking about’ feature helps to make tweet engagement easier to hold for the non-Twitter users.
Tina Koyama, Staff Product Designer, Twitter in a tweet,“News from the #SaveForLater team! We’ve decided to call our feature Bookmarks because that’s a commonly used term for saving content and it fits nicely alongside the names [...]
Just a day ago, Twitter released a post on its blog stating that the character limit has been doubled to 280. It is available only to a few users as of now but will be widely available in the future. This is a big step in the development of the platform, allowing characters.
According to Twitter, many languages such as Japanese, Korean and Chinese can be easily expressed under the 140 character limit but this constraint has affected English users which don’t find enough characters to say what they want. Twitter believes that this causes many English Twitter users to be frustrated with the limit. As a result, it has now increased its tweet limit to 280 [...]