Twitter is on a bit of a tear right now, welcoming new features to the mix. Both in actual things users can take advantage of now, and testing what's still coming down the pipe. And now there's yet another to add to the list that's ready to go now. As long as you get an invite.
You'll soon be able to remove a Twitter follower without blocking them. Don't worry, the removed follower won't be notified that they've no longer on your list of followers.
How about edge-to-edge tweets? Your wish is Twitter's command! Soon the company will display photos, videos and other media stretched across the width of the timeline.
Learn how to directly share tweets on Instagram as story stickers using Twitter's official mobile app for iPhone and iPad, with Android support eventually launching in the future.
A new Twitter test will let you report misleading tweets, starting with some customers in a few countries, including the United States and Australia, before releasing the feature publicly.
Twitter now lets you sign in with your Apple ID account as the company rolls out support for a new authentication method, including the “Sign in with Apple” feature.
Is your Twitter account locked? Has it been permanently suspended? With dedicated new notices now in testing across the company's apps for iOS, Android and the web, now you'll know if Twitter has suspended your account just by glancing at your timeline.
Way back in March of last year, Twitter started testing out a new feature called "Fleets." This brought ephemeral tweets to the platform, allowing users to post specialized tweets in a separate timeline from the standard one. They'd also disappear after several hours.
Twitter is experimenting with new ways of increasing engagement on its platform which would permit you to choose the audience for specifics tweets, including limiting a tweet to trusted friends instead of your followers and tweeting from different personas from one account.
Privacy is a growing concern each and every day, and it’s easy to see why given the prevalence of trackers and and data breaches affecting the user accounts of various online services.
If you’re a Twitter user, then one way you can improve your account’s privacy is by keeping your search history scrubbed. Think Private Browsing for Twitter; this ensures that anyone looking over your shoulder or gaining unauthorized access to your account won’t know what you’ve been looking up.
Twitter's Super Follows and Ticketed Spaces monetization features have entered testing with a subset of users, offering a generous revenue-sharing model for creators.
It had been rumored for quite some time that Twitter was working on a new subscription offering for users. Many believed the social network would paywall some of the most oft-requested features, like tweet editing. And sure enough, the new feature is now official.