Social media platform Koo has introduced four new features for users. These include the facility for users to upload up to 10 profile pictures, as well as save, schedule and draft a Koo post. Koo post is like a tweet. Koo users will be able to schedule a post at a future date and time. This will allow a large post to be scheduled in portions at different times, thereby filling the feed of a user’s followers less.
It can be saved in draft before posting to Koo. This will make it easier to make changes to the message before posting. Mayank Bidawatka, Co-Founder of the platform, said, “We are delighted to launch new features for our millions of users. Some of these are being offered for the first time in the social media segment. Allows users to upload up to 10 profile pictures. Koo is the first social media platform to give. The firm said it has a presence in 10 languages and has users in more than 100 countries. Koo has gained a strong position in language-based micro blogging.
Features like multi-language posts, language-enabled keyboard and topics in 10 languages are available on this platform. Apart from this, users can also upload long videos. It started two years back and the firm claims to have the second largest micro blogging platform available in multiple languages.
most popular micro blogging site Twitter At the end of last month, Elon Musk, chief executive of US electric car maker Tesla, was bought for about $44 billion. Since then he has grown up on Twitter. shift are doing. He appealed to voters on Twitter to vote for the Republican Party for the US midterm elections. Senior executives of tech companies stay away from political debate so that their companies are not accused of favoring a particular political party. Musk has been stating his political views even before this. However, his direct support to a party this time has raised questions about Twitter’s ability to remain neutral. Musk tweeted, “As the President is Democrat, I recommend voting for the Republican Party.” Musk has previously made remarks against the US government.