Twitter users have been waiting for the ‘Edit Tweet’ feature to be added to the platform for a while. After Elon Musk’s survey, the news of the future of the editing feature gained momentum, and soon the first images of the feature were shared.
Today, the first video showing that tweets can be edited finally appeared. After this highly anticipated feature, Twitter introduced another new feature to users. The ‘Circles’ feature, which is open to a limited number of users, is planned to be brought to all users soon. So what will this feature do?
With the new feature, you will be able to send private tweets to the people you choose
(Some Tweets are for everyone and others are only for the people you choose. Now, when you want to share with a smaller crowd, you can send your Tweets to a smaller crowd. We’re testing Twitter Circle, which lets you add up to 150 people who can see it. Some of you can create your own Twitter Circle starting today!)
Twitter’s next move after tweet editing is ‘Circle’ that will make some users very happy was a feature. Open to a limited number of users today, the feature in the testing phase allows the people you choose to see your tweets. With the new feature, your tweets will not fall into the stream of your followers, except for the users you allow to view your tweets from among your contacts.
Your tweets will be displayed normally in the people you choose, and these people will be able to interact with your tweets. The number of people to choose from is limited to 150 for now, but we may see changes in this number or the way the application works in the future. Google+ has a similar feature, so Twitter is not the first platform to use this feature. In a way, it has a similar feature to Instagram’s ‘Close Friends’ feature.
In this way, it will be as if we have blocked people we feel as if we have an obligation to follow but still do not want them to see our tweets. Especially if you have a large number of followers, it will come in handy for gossiping and mentioning your group of friends.