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  • Microblogging site Twitter has been talking about a dislike button for a long time.
  • Twitter has launched many new features this year
  • Twitter’s tip jar was part of its monetization.

Microblogging site Twitter has been talking about a dislike button for a long time.

Microblogging site Twitter has been talking about a dislike button for a long time, but now it seems that the company has started paying attention to it. It is reported that Twitter is testing a new feature which will be the React feature. With the Reaction feature, Twitter users will get the option of Dislike which will be named Downvotes. This feature is currently being tested on the beta version of iOS.

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Twitter has launched many new features this year

According to a report by 9to5Mac, Twitter has launched many new features this year. Now the company is testing a new feature. Reverse engineer Nima Owji has said that Twitter is testing the React feature. This feature is currently in testing mode only.

Four options will be available with the Reaction feature, which include Tears of Joy, Thinking Face, Clapping Hands, and Crying Face. It is also being said that Twitter will also store downvotes (dislikes) data. The dislike option will be available before the like button. The best part is that the number of dislikes will not be made public.

Twitter recently rolled out a tipping feature that lets you send money to your favorite content creators, although it’s currently only available for Android devices. Twitter introduced the Tip Jar feature earlier this year.

Twitter’s tip jar was part of its monetization.

Twitter’s tip jar was part of its monetization. If you are also a creator then you can add Bandcamp, Cash App, Patreon, Paypal, and Venmo accounts to your profile. Now the tip jar icon will appear in the profile.

Twitter has launched many new features this year. Now the company is testing a new feature. Reverse engineer Nima Owji has said that Twitter is testing the React feature. This feature is currently in testing mode only.

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