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Twitter is testing a “filter” feature to keep out unwanted messages in DM
Aug16

Twitter is testing a “filter” feature to keep out unwanted messages in DM

Some DMs are way annoying; and Twitter is starting to look towards that direction. Something is about now being done about providing you with the right tool to keep off those messages that are not worth your precious time. Without mincing words, the microblogging platform is testing a new filter feature that will allow you to keep those annoying messages far from your direct message. There is no point hiding the truth; not all of...

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Twitter confirms it is testing a “Snooze Notification” feature on Android
Aug14

Twitter confirms it is testing a “Snooze Notification” feature on Android

Twitter has confirmed earlier report that a feature that will allow you to temporarily pause notification was on the card. The feature, according to earlier report by Jane Manchun Wong, will let you place a temporary pause on notifications that may come as a result of a viral tweet—and Twitter just confirmed it via another tweet. “We’re testing a way to temporarily snooze notifications on Android, just in case you go viral at an...

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Twitter is testing a new feature to help you pause notifications
Aug07

Twitter is testing a new feature to help you pause notifications

Finally, a snooze feature is being tested, and could possibly be added in no-distant future. Thanks to our reliable tipster Jane Manchun Wong—a reverse engineer that gets to tweet about upcoming feature first before many other social media gurus. A pause feature is actually a brilliant idea—it is the most efficient way snooze those notifications coming from viral tweets. So, if you want to put a temporary stop to those annoying...

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Twitter could soon let you drag and drop images to tweets
Jul31

Twitter could soon let you drag and drop images to tweets

Twitter is reportedly working on a new functionality that will enable you to re-order multiple attached images in your tweets. In other words, the microblogging company is testing a drag and drop feature—and this could be sweet melody in the ears of users. Twitter users have been anticipating this feature for a while now—and there are chances that the feature could become an instant hit once it becomes widely available to everyone....

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Twitter’s new “Lights Out” dark mode is coming to Android this September
Jul26

Twitter’s new “Lights Out” dark mode is coming to Android this September

Twitter’s lights out mode that was launched last March for iOS users is coming to Android this September. This much was made known by Dantley Davis, Vice President of design and research at Twitter in a tweet. The tweet, which was sighted by 9to5google, revealed that the feature will be available to Android users by mid-September. Twitter has been testing a couple of new features, including an all-black dark mode for mobile devices in...

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Twitter will soon start adding more context to “this tweet is unavailable” notice
Jul20

Twitter will soon start adding more context to “this tweet is unavailable” notice

Twitter is planning to offer users more context about the usual “this tweet is unavailable” notice. The update, which will probably be available pretty soon, will address and cut down on the confusion that ensues when users are trying to read a Twitter conversation. Reasons why such tweets are unavailable are not always clear—leaving users with no other choice but to start guessing—this, Twitter wants to get rid of. There are several...

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