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Posts Tagged ‘New Feature’

Twitter Experimenting With Highlighting Media Articles That Have Embedded Tweets

It seems like Twitter’s in the lab this week.

In addition to testing a tweet translation tool, Twitter is experimenting with a tweet additive that highlights media articles that have embedded a tweet.

Here’s what we mean.

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Twitter Experimenting With ‘Reconnect’ User Prompt

Much like the Twitter feature we told you about in February, prompting users to “welcome back” tweeps who left and then returned to Twitter, we have another user prompt to share with you: Reconnect.

You probably haven’t seen it, and who knows if you ever will (more on that below), but it’s fun to find out about things before they (potentially) hit mainstream isn’t it?

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Have You Seen Twitter’s New Profile Directory Yet?

Twitter has quietly launched a Profiles Directory meant to organize every single Twitter user alphabetically by name.
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Twitter’s New “Tailored Suggestions” Are Based On Your Web Surfing Data

Twitter wants to be more relevant to you. And in order to do so, they’ve started providing users with tailored suggestions of who to follow, rather than just a list of some of the most popular account.

Since not everyone loves Justin Bieber, this move should make searching for new, relevant accounts to follow a more pleasant experience for the average user, and Twitter’s hoping it increases the number of new users who stick around past the signup process.
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Is Twitter Going to Start Using Summify?

We told you about Twitter’s acquisition of Summify, a social media summary tool, in January. And we also shared the unfortunate news that as part of the acquisition, the Summify service would likely be shutting down and would certainly be closed to new users (if you don’t have an account, try to log in and see for yourself!). But . . . is Twitter testing out offering the service?
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Twitter’s Photo Sharing Service Is Now Available To Everyone

Although it was officially launched in June, Twitter’s photo-sharing service – called Twitter Images – hasn’t been available to all users. Until today.

As the company likes to do, Twitter rolled out this new feature slowly, bringing photo sharing and uploading to users in batches. But today, according to reports from TechCrunch, all users can upload and share their photos right from
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EXCLUSIVE: Buffer Adds New Feature To Help You Schedule Your Tweets With Precision

Buffer is a unique, lightweight Twitter scheduling app that staggers your tweets for you throughout the day. And it has just made scheduling more customizable with a new feature announced this week, allowing users to fine-tune exactly when their pre-scheduled tweets will go live right down to each hour of the day.
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Check Out Twitter’s “Hidden Feature”: Follow Recommendations

A new feature that has apparently been part of Twitter for some time but hadn’t made it to the mainstream until yesterday has just been unveiled, albeit a bit unceremoniously. “Follow Recommendations” allows you to build your own list of recommended accounts for new Twitter users to follow.
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Twitter Introduces The Follow Button Across The Web

Twitter has just unveiled a Follow Button which allows website visitors to instantly follow Twitter accounts directly from a participating website.
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View Other People’s Twitter Timelines With Updated “Following” Page

Twitter is rolling out a new feature that will let you view the tweets from the accounts that another user follows.
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