TWITTER USERS CAN SHORTLY CHOOSE WHO CAN REPLY TO THEIR TWEETS
Users will be eligible to choose from three options: everyone (criterion Twitter, and the default setting), only people you follow, or only people you mention
To help people prevent unwanted retorts that flood their tweets, Twitter has launched a new test where the users can have three selections to choose from who can reply and enlist the conversation before they tweet.
You will be eligible to choose from three options: everyone (standard Twitter, and the default setting), only people you follow, or only people you mention.
Tweets with the recent two settings will be tagged and the reply icon will be grayed out so that it’s apparent for people if they can’t reply.
“People who can’t reply will still be eligible to view, Retweet, Retweet with Comment, and like these Tweets,” the firm said in a statement on Wednesday.
For now, only a regional group of people globally on Twitter for iOS, Android, and twitter.com can Tweet with these atmospheres, but everyone can see these discussions.
“Since last year, we’ve been struggling to give people more supervision over their conversations beginning with the ability to hide replies,” said Twitter.
In extension to this, Twitter is making it easier to examine all conversations around a Tweet with a new configuration for replies and more vulnerable Retweets with comments