Twitter, one of the most popular social media platform brings a lot of features regularly to make its platform better and more engaging for the users. In the same move, Twitter started testing a new option that shows you all the times a post has been retweeted with or without a comment.
This change was announced by the company’s product lead, Kayvon Beykpour. He tweeted today that the social network is rolling out a test that lets you see the metrics of retweets with comments. This means, when you’ll tap on the retweets label of a tweet, you’ll be able to see retweets with and without comments.
We rolled this out as a test starting today. Let's you easily see all the Retweets with comments of any tweet. Let us know what you think if you have access to the experience. https://t.co/lQhAMmufCs
— Kayvon Beykpour (@kayvz) April 23, 2020
In addition to announcing this new feature, Beykpour also embedded a tweet showing the screenshot of how this feature will look like. Twitter said that this feature is now under testing with a small group of iOS Twitter users.
The feature won’t show you anything you can’t currently find using the service’s search function, it just makes it much easier. That’s really a great feature which comes handy when some Twitter users use quote tweets to reply to a tweet, rather than using the service’s built-in reply functionality to neatly organize tweets into conversation threads.
As mentioned above, this feature is now under the testing phase. As soon as it passes the testing phase, Twitter will likely begin rolling out this feature to all of its users around the world. As soon as it available for everyone, we will update you with the same.
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