Twitter is preparing new ways to interact with responses to tweets
The social network that Elon Musk bought a few weeks ago seems to have big plans on its hands, although at first glance they may not make much sense.
The changes that Twitter is undergoing in recent weeks have been quite drastic, but the truth is that the social network seems to be in top form. This can be noted by the fact that a number of leaks have been seen lately and rumors about what awaits us in the future within the social network of the little blue bird.
And, is that, the purchase by Elon Musk seems to be just an arc in the history of Twitter. The important thing about this social network and, above all, about the fact of the platform are the features that it integrates so that users can enjoy a fully satisfactory experience when posting messages and comments.
Of course, many of these changes that come to the platform may not make much sense or may seem like a way to capture the attention of users who interact less and less within the social network. The last thing that has been seen is quite curious and, at the same time, makes no sense.
The news has been generated thanks to a tweet published by Jane Manchun Wong and from which Digital Trends has echoed. In this tweet what can be seen is a capture in which different options appear within the menu that appears when one wants to make a retweet and, now, there would be one more option.
The normal thing in this menu is to be able to simply retweet a tweet or do it by adding a comment. Now in this menu the possibility of creating a space about the tweet would also appear. Yes, those of Twitter would be focusing the new feature so that users can create a kind of momentary podcast.
Is quote-tweeting not enough? Twitter is working “Start a Space about this Tweet” so you can talk about it all you want pic.twitter.com/WtGFtpfNZt
— Jane Manchun Wong (@wongmjane) May 11, 2022
It doesn’t make much sense at a functional level since the possibility of creating a space to comment on a tweet is still something unnecessary. Of course, it seems that it would not be the only feature that would reach Twitter or, at least, that it seems that they are preparing. A function has also been seen that would allow to fix answers.
Yes, it may be that soon when we see conversations on Twitter we will find messages posted by the creator of the tweet. At the moment it is unknown when these features will arrivebut everything indicates that, at least, they should be being developed so that they already appear in some profiles such as the one in the news capture.