Twitter is finally getting on the Stories bandwagon. The company is testing a new Stories format called “Fleets.” For now, this new feature is live only to Twitter users in Brazil. It will allow Twitter users in the country to post ephemeral content on the platform.
Twitter is finally showing some love to its iPad app. The company is rolling out a massive new update for the client that brings about a major UI overhaul and introduces a new multi-column view.
Twitter is finally allowing iOS users to upload Live Photos on its platform. The company says that Live Photos will be displayed as gifs on Twitter.
Twitter to Delete Inactive Accounts Starting Next Month, Yet to Offer Way for Memorializing Accounts
Twitter has decided to crack down on inactive accounts and remove the same. The company has already sent out an email that warns users to sign in by December 11th or their account will cease to exist. Furthermore, once deleted, the username will be available for anyone else. Twitter wants you to log in at least once in six months to avoid this from happening.
Twitter has announced a new feature that would allow its users to change the default 2FA (two-factor authentication) method. Until now Twitter users had to set SMS as 2FA with no way to change the default method. Starting now Twitter will let you authenticate by using mobile one-time code or even a hardware key.
Twitter today released its Catalyst app on the Mac App Store for macOS Catalina. The company had killed the official Mac app back in 2018 after not updating it for a few months.
Twitter is trying hard to become a source of news and information. Now the company is testing a new feature that will allow users to follow tweets of their topics. Once the feature is available you will be able to see Tweets on topics like celebrities, technology, sports, and television shows.
If you are the kind of Twitter user that uses more than one account on your iOS device, then you should be aware of a new announcement from the social network. Twitter confirmed on Monday that a bug collected iOS user’s unauthorized location data.
Twitter needs to add features on a semi-regular basis, especially since most users have to rely on the official app for all the features they want. As such, the company has confirmed a new addition: adding an image, GIF, or video to a retweet.