new Delhi. Twitter is going to give its users a new feature related to the conversation. So far, users are not able to untag after tagging themselves in a tweet. But, the new feature will enable them to do so. With the help of this feature, users will be able to untag themselves from unwanted tweets.
The Verge has told about this feature by sharing a screenshot. The name of this feature is being told as Leave this Conversation. In its report, The Verge has shared a screenshot of the ‘Leave this conversation’ feature and how it works. With the help of this feature, users will not only be able to untag the username from any Twitter conversation, and this feature will not allow them to tag them again in the conversation. With this, the user will not get notifications related to those conversations, which they do not want to be a part of.
will work like this
Researcher Jane Manchun Wang has told on her Twitter handle that on leaving the conversation, the Twitter handle of the users will appear as plain text. Currently, when tagged in a tweet, the username is hyperlinked and the profile can be viewed by clicking on it. This way the rest of the people involved in the conversation will know that a user does not want to be a part of the thread and that users will not get notifications.
get downvote button
A few days ago, a new downvote feature was released on the social media platform for the global userbase. Twitter says that this change has received a positive response and it has revealed what kind of content users want to see on the platform. Twitter started testing the downvote button with web users last year. It will now be made available to iOS and Android app users as well.
Can share long posts on Twitter
Twitter is also testing a new ‘articles’ feature, with which long articles can be shared on the platform. Screenshots related to the new Twitter feature have also surfaced. Twitter is testing many privacy-related features for its users. Users will soon be able to change from their followers list to who can see and like their posts.