The report states that, if you have been permanently suspended on Twitter, you can file an appeal pursuant to a notice. At present, testing is going on for this.
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Micro-blogging site Twitter is testing new notices that tell users whether their accounts have been suspended or suspended or put in read-only mode for violating Twitter’s rules. Is. This notice will appear as a banner at the top of your feed.
A Twitter spokesperson was quoted by The Verge as saying, “These are currently testing a small percentage of Twitter users on iOS, Android and the web. The spokesperson said the company is testing the feature after receiving feedback from users who felt they had been suspended or locked out and could only revert to read-only tweets or with a new account. .
Users will be able to appeal if they are suspended
The new notices clarify the status of users and provide some additional guidance for those who are locked out or suspended. The report states that, if you have been permanently suspended, you can file an appeal pursuant to a notice. If your account is locked, that notice says that most accounts will get full access back within a week.
Recently, the micro-blogging site said that it is testing a new feature where users will be able to upvote and downvote replies on tweets, adding that it still doesn’t have a dislike button. A report earlier said that the first iOS will be under testing with a select group of users. This feature is available in a variety of styles (up and down arrows, a heart icon and a down arrow, and a thumb up and down sign).
Twitter had previously experimented with Reactions, which appeared to mimic the emoji reactions Facebook used for its posts. In November last year, Twitter product lead Kyvan Becpour said that the company was exploring a dislike button or a downvote capability.
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