During a press conference last month, Twitter mentioned that it was testing a feature called Heads Up which was in initial trials. It seems that this feature is now working for some Android and iOS users. Twitter noted that it is testing prompts that will alert users before engaging in heated or heated conversations.
Twitter noted that the prompt is intended to support healthy (quiet) conversation. Twitter will notify users about conversations that may spark controversy before tweeting in the conversation. When users reply to Tweets, Twitter will show a prompt that reads, “Let’s look for each other.” According to the image shared by Twitter, there will be three bullet dots under ‘Let’s look out for each other’. A prompt appears when users respond to an in-depth conversation.
Twitter posted, “Ever want to know the vibe of a conversation before joining? We’re testing testing prompts on Android and iOS that alert you if a conversation you’re about to enter may be hot or intense. This is currently being worked on as we learn how to better support healthy conversations.”
Ever want to know the vibe of a conversation before you join in? We’re testing prompts on Android and iOS that give you a heads up if the convo you’re about to enter could get heated or intense.
This is a work in progress as we learn how to better support healthy conversation. pic.twitter.com/x6Nsn3HPu1
— Twitter Support (@TwitterSupport) October 6, 2021
Twitter will also alert users before posting anything objectionable. Twitter will also notify users if they try to post articles they haven’t read. Last month, Twitter noted that it would allow users to remove themselves from conversations in which they were tagged, without notifying the user who tagged that person.
Twitter will also allow users to remove themselves from conversations in which they are tagged, without notifying the user who tagged that person. Twitter is also adding a word filter, where users will be able to block certain words from replies to their tweets. Twitter is also adding a word filter, where users will be able to block certain words from replies to their tweets. The micro-blogging platform also noted that it is focused to go beyond the 280-character limit and enable users to express themselves.
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