Twitter is currently testing a feature to add labels to automatic or bot accounts. This will help the users to interact better with the accounts.
If you are a Twitter user, you might have noticed that tweets sometimes disappear while reading. Twitter users who have logged in through the app have complained about missing tweets several times. However, Twitter has finally decided to solve this long-standing problem of Twitter users. Twitter has given the reason for the disappearance of the post in a series of tweets. The micro-blogging site has decided that it will roll out several updates over the next few months to fix the issue.
Twitter posted from its official account, “Let’s talk about tweets that disappear from the mid-reading visual when the timeline starts to auto-refresh. We know this is a frustrating experience, so we are working to change that. Over the next two months, we’ll be rolling out an update to how Tweets are displayed to you so they don’t disappear.”
Twitter noted that a tweet will advance the timeline as replies are added to the ongoing convo. Since some features may develop rapidly, it is not the same Tweet repeated in your timeline. Our changes will keep your timeline fresh and prevent Tweets from disappearing in the middle of a read. Twitter will change the way tweets are displayed on the app. Twitter hasn’t revealed how the changes will appear, but has assured to fix it.
Twitter is testing this special feature
Twitter is currently testing a feature to automatically add labels to bot accounts. The move, as stated by Twitter, will help users interact better with accounts. Users can also make a decision before interacting with such an account. The microblogging site said that when labels are added to automatic accounts, people better understand the purpose of those accounts before interacting with them.
Regarding the upcoming feature, Twitter said in a tweet, “What is a bot and what is not? We’re making it easier to identify #GoodBots and their automatic Tweets with a new label. Starting today, we’re testing these labels to give you. Which you are talking about on Twitter.” Currently, this feature is being tested with a limited number of people.
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