Twitter announced a new feature today which is designed to link two tweets together in a more logical way. When writing a tweet, you will now get an additional option to view previous tweets, which can be selected and linked via a “Continue Thread” option.
This is ultimately a new way to do something that’s been possible for a while. This will be helpful in many ways such as adding a portion to a tweet that you forgot to reply to the previous tweet or composing a long tweet together. It can also help you to update to certain tweets after a certain period to keep your followers updated.
Now you can add a Tweet to one you already Tweeted, faster! pic.twitter.com/j3ktAN6t5o
— Twitter (@Twitter) February 19, 2020
To get to the Continue Thread interface, just pull downwards on the compose window on an iPhone or iPad and then tap on the Continue Thread option. Tap on the three dots and then choose an older tweet from the list to link the new tweet to the older tweet.
Twitter is rolling out the new feature as of today, though it could take some time to reach to all users.
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