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We’ve been asking for it for years. And, finally, rumour has it that Twitter is secretly working on a button which will allow users to edit tweets after they have been published. Which, if true, could change everything about how we use and value the platform as a medium for sharing and consuming breaking news.
Twitter’s direct message (DM) system has always been a little bit, well, rubbish – it has few features and also a strange 160-character limit that confuses a lot of newcomers.
Good news! As of yesterday the platform has had a small upgrade, as you can now… wait for it… send and view photos within DMs.
Huge update from Twitter. As of right now, anyone can schedule tweets up to a year in advance on any date and time that they choose. And you can do it right on Twitter.com.
Even better: you can now schedule photos using Twitter’s pic.twitter.com image sharer, something that, up until now, you have never been able to do with any other Twitter scheduling dashboard, including HootSuite.
Many users (ahem) have been pushing for filters on Twitter since way back, as they’d be a really useful way to find signal amongst what, let’s face it, can be an awful amount of noise amongst all those tweets, especially during busy periods.
Good news! As of yesterday, Twitter has started rolling out filters in mentions. The catch? This is another feature only for verified accounts. You know, Twitter’s rich and famous.
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