- Twitter fixes disappearing tweets Via a new update.
- The new Twitter update intends to let users see the full picture without having to click on it.
- The feature appears to be rolling out globally for all users.
If you are a Twitter user, you probably would have noticed that Tweets sometimes disappear while you are reading them. Twitter users who log in through the app have complained of disappearing tweets many times. However, Twitter has finally decided to address this long-standing issue faced by Twitter users. Twitter has explained the reason behind disappearing posts in a series of tweets. The micro-blogging site has ensured that it would roll out several updates to fix the issue in the next few months.
Say goodbye to disappearing tweets:
Twitter is updating its web platform to change the way users see new tweets. The social media giant will no longer automatically refresh timelines on the web with new tweets, and users can now decide when they want to load new tweets. Now, users can load new tweets when they want to by clicking on the tweet counter bar at the top of their timelines.
Twitter is testing a feature to add labels to automated or bot accounts. This move, as Twitter terms it, would help users in interacting with the accounts better. The users can also make an informed decision before interacting with an account like this. The microblogging site said that when labels are added to automated accounts, people understand the purpose of those accounts better before interacting with them.
In other news, Twitter recently confirmed that it is releasing a new feature that will allow hosts of its audio service Spaces to record and share chats with others. This feature will initially only be available to a limited number of Spaces Hosts on iOS (and all listeners on iOS and Android) and will later launch for everyone.
The new functionality will allow users who enter a Twitter Spaces late to replay the broadcast, provided the host has enabled recording. Twitter has joined hands with Instagram to ease cross-posting with the launch of Twitter Card previews on Android, iOS, and the Web.
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