Entries tagged “twitter”

“Think of it as a short period of time to do things like fix typos, add missed tags, and more.
“We know that some discussions need more than 280 characters”
“call out which (accounts) are more legit than others.
“It comes quite in handy if, for example, you use your Twitter for work but also want to shitpost to your actual friends about your Dungeons & Dragons character (too specific?
“if prompting individuals to take another look at their words could foster healthier conversations.
“the shouting into the void problem”
“Adding image descriptions allows people who are blind, have low vision, use assistive tech, live in low-bandwidth areas, or have a cognitive disability, to fully contribute on Twitter.
“easier to be the curator of your own followers list.
“give users a sense of a conversation’s vibe before they wade in.
“There’s always been a broad, weird and wonderful range of conversations on Twitter, but we haven’t done enough to help connect people who are into the same things.
“We’ve updated our colors to be high contrast and a lot less blue — a change made to draw attention to the photos and videos you create and share.
“how our engaged, responsive and chatty audience reacts to products that are emotionally charged — like a new jersey from your favorite sports team — or that provide lasting impact — like a new skincare regimen.
“could give users a new way to interact with tweets they find unhelpful or in poor taste.
“…anxieties that hold people back from Tweeting.
“Ever want to tweet, but not to everybody?
“Sometimes you want to talk, and sometimes you just … don’t.
“by adding a unique hashtag, amazing conversations can now live beyond the Space.
“Want an easy way to better organize your saved content…so when you need it, you can find it easily and efficiently.?
“no ads, no dodgy trackers and no chumboxes of clickbait.
“Users have been using Twitter to solicit tips or Patreon follows for years — ending viral threads with a shoutout to a SoundCloud account is practically a meme at this point.
“We don’t do a great job of letting you know if an account is temporarily suspended.
“Setting up a personal blog was just too much of a hassle.
“I want to follow a diverse group of people.
“It felt arbitrary and confusing to many people.”
“But some of you tell us that Tweeting is uncomfortable because it feels so public, so permanent, and like there’s so much pressure to rack up Retweets and Likes.”
“People have trouble finding what they need, and they don’t understand what settings do!” #
“But too often, we look at one word or phrase trending on Twitter and ask, “why is this trending? It should be easier to understand what’s being said immediately.” #
“Sometimes, we want to draw attention to the specific moment in a live video that made us think, surprised us, or made us laugh. Previously, we could only Tweet an entire live video, which made it difficult to discuss what matters most. We saw people Tweeting with the specific time in the video directing us to the part they wanted us to watch. #