Twitter Announces 'Communities' Feature: Here are the Details 1
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Recently, Twitter has introduced the “fake Instagram” design by coming out feature after feature. presented, followed by the follower removal feature. introduced. The well-known social media platform, which is not satisfied with introducing features, also introduced its new feature.

The last feature introduced by Twitter, just like the others, will not be used by everyone, but some users will will be very useful and it has become a feature that will make it easier for them to reach the masses through social media. The name of the feature is “Communities”. Communities happened.

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The original purpose of using the Communities feature is to allow individuals addressing multiple different communities to be used only specific to a certain community was announced as being able to share. Thanks to this feature, users who share certain tweets only with reasonable communities can avoid tweets that will not be of interest to their followers. does not show them.

It has been discussed on Twitter for a long time. not every tweet is for everyone”, this feature, which emerged as an analysis of the opinion of content producers and users who appeal to large audiences. can be one of the indispensable.

Invites users to be more free:

Twitter Announces 'Communities' Feature: Here are the Details 2

This new feature of Twitter, some users who hesitate to share or other users. will react has a structure that invites thinking people to share more. For example, you can share political content only to an audience interested in politics, and you can share technology-related tweets privately to a community that is interested in technology.

This situation is due to the sharing of some communities at the same time. also aims to prevent lynching. Users who only share in the community will be able to share freely and stay away from the lynching of other masses.

This feature, which Twitter is currently actively testing, is currently only via iOS and web is available. It has been announced that the feature will be available to Android users in the near future.

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