Called "Change who can reply," the feature is available in the three dots menu next to your tweet.
Twitter's 'privacy check-in' feature would take users through a series of questions that help them think about how public or private they want to be on the platform.
In a bid to take on Facebook and Snapchat, Twitter has brought Stories-like vertical format, full-screen ads to its Fleets feature for the first time.
New Delhi: As millions of Twitter user demand an Edit button to correct spelling errors in their tweets, Twitter has started testing an undo tweet feature which could first be rolled out to paid customers via a subscription service. Twitter confirmed to CNET that it is testing the ‘undo tweet’ feature. App researcher Jane Manchun […]
New Delhi: In a bid to curb the spread of fake and abusive content with untraceable origins on its platform, micro-blogging platform Twitter is testing a new feature that would help track the original tweeter. Once rolled out, the feature will help cyber cell and other law enforcement authorities nab the one who started a […]