Twitter Apilyons Theverge is launching a new API that will allow developers to build more powerful apps. It will also help them create apps that are optimize for specific use cases. Such as following live events or connecting with people who share their interests.
Twitter will soon let you swipe to switch between different views containing recommended and followed tweets, trends, topics, and more.
Conversation Threading & Poll Results
Twitter Apilyons Theverge is launching a new API that will give developers access to features like conversation threading and poll results in Tweets. It will also make it easier for them to build new tools.
Big Part of Twitter’s Success
Third-party apps have been a big part of Twitter’s success, innovating parts of the platform we take for granted and acting as a safety net for changes that might otherwise wipe out popular services. That said, they’ve also made Twitter harder to use for a lot of users. This is why many third-party clients have been disable since at least Thursday evening.
Developers have been arguing that Twitter violated its API rules when it blocked some of those apps — and it’s not clear why they did so. The company has stood firm on that stance, claiming it’s to protect Twitter from “bad actors.”
Twitter Apilyons Theverge is launching a new app that will let users test out the latest features before they hit the public. Only a few thousand people will be allow to participate in the beta program. And those who get accept won’t be under NDA like other experiment programs run by Twitter.
The app will also give you a better look at the conversation threads on Twitter that are of interest to you. The app will show you all the tweets in a thread, the replies to those tweets, as well as the people who posted the original tweet.
User-Friendly & Encourage Active Use
It’s all part of a move by Twitter Apilyons Theverge to make its app more user-friendly and encourage active use. It’s also a move to combat bot activity on the platform.
Twitter is launching a new feature that will allow users to create and share a group of people who can view tweets. These circles can include up to 150 people and can be adjust at any time without letting anyone else know.
While this is a great new way to share tweets with friends, there are some concerns about it. For one, the circle feature may not be as private as some might want it to be.
Limited Amount of People
The other issue is that this feature will only be available for a limited amount of people. This is why it is important to decide who will be using this feature.
This new feature is a big move for Twitter, following in the footsteps of Instagram’s TikTok-like full-screen home feed. It will be especially beneficial for brands that use Twitter as a marketing channel.
Twitter is a microblogging platform that allows users to share and exchange short, 140-character updates (called tweets) on the internet. These updates can contain a variety of information, such as links to articles, photos and videos.
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