Interaction with conversations to be made much easier
Twitter has been busy updating its platform to incorporate new features. We are already enjoying the revamped web client and dark mode feature, and the new swipe left to access the camera makes tweeting photos and videos more convenient. The latest update also introduced hashtag tracking based on your location, giving you a better idea of what people are talking about in your area.
Things will be more interesting in the Twitter space, as Jane Wong discovered that the social media platform is working on a subscribe to conversation feature—an upcoming feature Twitter themselves just confirmed.
This is part of our work to make Twitter more conversational ?? https://t.co/jB4PWv3A04
— Twitter Comms (@TwitterComms) March 15, 2019
The new feature aims for users to be more engaging in tweets, where people can get the latest updates. This means if a tweet is generating much talk, users can opt to subscribe to the conversation. This update is useful especially for news reports and live coverages, where users can subscribe to news stories that matter to them.