Twitter is engaged on new module for ‘retweet with remark’ characteristic: Report

Twitter is engaged on a brand new characteristic the place the customers will be capable of view retweets with quotes (previously referred to as retweets with feedback) on every of their posts.

The ‘quote retweets’ will now seem as ‘Quotes’ below tweets, with their very own counter, much like how the variety of retweets and likes are displayed.

The social community confirmed to The Verge that it’s testing this new characteristic.

“Just a few months in the past, we made Retweets with Feedback extra seen whenever you faucet to see Retweets on a Tweet,” a Twitter spokesperson stated.

“That is accessible to everybody. Now, we’re testing making Retweets with Feedback accessible straight on the Tweet and new language (Quotes) to see if this makes them simpler to entry and extra comprehensible,” the spokesperson was quoted as saying over the weekend.

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In Could, Twitter introduced it’s testing a brand new characteristic the place it would present retweets with feedback in a separate column or bar alongside the present retweet counter.

The transfer is to assist customers see “retweets with feedback” in a simplified means.

The column shall be separate from the present retweets counter however can be stay in the identical line beneath your publish.

This characteristic would checklist all of the retweets you get and separates these with feedback from these with out, making it simple to test if there’s any individual you possibly can work together with.

Twitter can also be engaged on a key characteristic that can let each Android and iOS customers schedule a tweet to be launched on a selected date and time.

Scheduling appears to be at the moment accessible solely to some customers on Twitter for desktop and shall be accessible for all quickly.

The micro-blogging characteristic can also be experimenting with giving customers a second alternative to self-edit their tweets and replies in the event that they include dangerous, abusive and hate content material, earlier than they publish it on the platform and face penalties for violating its insurance policies.

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