Twitter now makes it easier to add new tweets to old threads now
Twitter has tweaked its UI to form it easier to feature new tweets to old threads, as It appears just like the “continue thread” feature is now available to some users on Twitter’s iOS app, consistent with TechCrunch. As sources describe (No, it’s not an “edit tweet” feature.) When users are composing a replacement tweet, be ready to pull down a view of your past tweets and threads into the composition window.
We will explain how this new feature work: while composing the new tweet, Previously, you’d need to return and find the thread, then add the new tweet at the top, choose which older tweet you would like to attach the new tweet to, then by clicking on the three dots menu within the older tweet and choose the “continue thread” option, new tweet will now become a part of the first thread.
Twitter to clarify if and when the new “continue thread” feature is going to be made available, The Verge reached out to all or any users, and that we will update once we hear back the newest tweak to the threading feature that Twitter introduced in 2017, which allows compositions of tweetstorms all directly, instead of forcing users to reply, reply, reply to tweets in chronological order in order that they might be connected. As twitter updated its iOS app previous month in order that users could better see replies from people they follow.
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