Twitter Tests New Feature to Revive Thread


Twitter is undoubtedly the most popular and highly used Social Network cum Microblogging platform. This platform is constantly working on the development of new features and functions to make their interface even more easier. Today, some of the Twitter users have found a new thread using a Twitter app.

According to this new update, this will allow the users to explore the thread from the compose section. This new revive thread feature is currently released for a limited number of users only and it is not made available globally as of now.

This new feature comes with a new ‘continue thread’ button. This new continuous thread button appears within the composition box within What’s happening? section.  Android Police first reported this new thread feature as a part of the testing group.

According to their report, the new continue thread button will be seen by the users underneath the most recent tweet section. When a user swipes down within the text box, they will likely to see the new continue thread button. By tapping on to this button, users will be able to check or revive the thread of tweets.

Continue Thread option will show you the most recent tweets only. However, you will be allowed to manually find and revive the tweets. If you want to add a new tweet in between the conversation, you will also be able to do that with the availability of this new continue thread button.

To make it look more user-friendly, Twitter will also change the layout or the design of the thread so that users can add as many tweets as they want within the thread with this new continue thread button. The older tweets will remain to be seen as a part of this revive thread feature. It means you can revive the older tweets within the conversation easily.

As of now, Twitter has released this Continue Thread button to a limited number of users only. The launch of this new feature on the public platform is not revealed by the company yet. However, we will soon get to see this newly updated thread feature very soon on both, Android and iOS mobile platforms as well as on the web interface.

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