Emojis have changed the way we communicate. It has made it easier to express yourself while adding a flair to the conversation. Messaging platforms including Facebook Messengers, iMessage offer an emoji reaction feature. Twitter currently offers only one reaction emoji in the form of a heart. Now the company is testing new “Reactions” feature that bundles new emojis.
Twitter finally started rolling out the Super Follow feature it previewed earlier this year. The new feature allows creators and influencers on Twitter to provide subscriber-only content. Creators will be able to mark tweets and media as Super Followers only, and those tweets will only show up on the feed of the users who’ve Super Follow-ed the creator on Twitter.
Twitter almost always has new features lined up for launch. Recently we saw a slew of new Twitter features focused on improving user experience. This time around, Twitter is testing an anti-abuse feature called ‘Safety Mode.’ The new feature aims at addressing harassment on the platform and take action against the perpetrators.
In June this year, Twitter announced that it is testing a new paid live audio rooms feature called “Ticketed Spaces.” Now the company has revealed it is extending the feature for some iOS users. The Ticketed Spaces is soon expected to be available for all iOS devices.
In January this year, Twitter acquired an email newsletter service called Revue. So far, we have seen minimal integration with Twitter. Finally Twitter is launching the Revue newsletter feature for writers and publishers. Creators will now be able to put a direct link to Revue on their Twitter profiles.
Twitter is adding new abilities to create or login into new accounts today. The micro-blogging now lets iPhone and iPad users Sign in with Apple. The new login options come nearly a month after the feature was first spotted in the Twitter beta app.
In the recent past, Twitter has added a slew of new features like Ticketed Space, subscription and more. A majority of these features are designed to help creators (and Twitter) rake in more revenue. The company is now piloting a shopping feature allowing businesses to add a shopping section. Twitter calls it the Shop Module, and it is available in the US starting today.
Have you been wishing for a dislike button for those stingy replies on your tweets? Well, your wish might be coming true. Twitter today announced that the company is testing a new downvote, or dislike, button on its iOS app. Twitter says that the feature is available for “some” iOS users.
Twitter has been testing a slew of new features and also canceled recently launched Fleets. Now Twitter is working on a new full screen layout to make better use of horizontal space on iPhone. The most significant change is that is that the tweet now appears below the user’s name and profile picture instead of next to it.
Just a few months after introducing its Instagram Stories-like Fleets feature, Twitter is shutting it down. Twitter will remove the Fleets from its Android and iPhone apps on August 3rd.