Twitter looks unstoppable as the microblogging platform is constantly working on a side to improve the user-interface of the platform. Twitter is highly used by the professionals of all kinds and even normal users are also addictively using the platform.
Twitter already has a conversation thread to read full conversation if it exceeds the limitations of words. And now, Twitter’s new update may bring even more simplified way to follow a conversation on the platform. Yes, the new label replies are being tested by Twitter as claimed by a report on TechCrunch.
According to the report, the new label replies will have special icons so that anyone can easily start following the conversation from the main feed.
If the original poster replies are mentioned within the thread, it will be marked with a mini microphone icon. Other tweets will also be labelled within the thread to easily follow. If the thread has users whom you follow in the thread, you will see special icons in front of their tweets or replies within the thread.
These new persons or profiles label will be marked with @ icon and a small person icon beside it. You will also see a checkmark beside it.
The main aim behind coming up with this new label replies is to make their service even smoother for the users. Twitter is receiving thousands of new users who don’t know how to use the platform and its features. By now onwards, new users will also get a simplified layout and interface of the platform.
There comes a time when plenty of users start arguing on a particular tweet. The conversation becomes lengthy and it is almost impossible to figure out who have replied in the thread. To make things simpler, this new label replies is making its way to the platform for smartphone users and web-version,
The company has already started working on this label replies feature since the beginning of this year. Here’s a new Twitter label replies thread which will be released for public very soon as per the reports. Check it out now!
We're testing icons instead of labels within replies. Check it out and let us know what you think! pic.twitter.com/5CBoTZ40Hq
— Twitter (@Twitter) July 18, 2019
Twitter Label Replies tests are live now but not released for all the users. It will gradually make its way to your phone’s Twitter app, have some patience!
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