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Twitter Experiment: Video Sharing Via Hashtag

Twitter Experiment: Video Sharing Via Hashtag
Twitter is apparently experimenting with a new feature that would allow users to share a video clip without linking to or uploading the video – all they have to do is type a hashtag.

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Twitter’s Latest Experiment: The Mute Button

Twitter's Latest Experiment: The Mute Button

By its own admission Twitter experiments with at least one new feature each and every day (recent highlights have included a significant engagement metric and a new signup process) and while most of these are simply that – experiments – some do move out of the beta process and become system-wide.

One of Twitter’s latest ventures is a tool that’s long been part of a number of third-party Twitter apps but has never been incorporated within Twitter’s core: a mute button.

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Twitter Testing ‘Significant Engagement’ Feature For Verified Users

Twitter Testing 'Significant Engagement' Feature For Verified Users

By its own admission Twitter experiments with a new feature at least once each day and while most of these are simply that – experiments – some do go on to become core parts of the system.

The latest experiment doing the rounds is called Significant Engagement, which surfaces “important or higher than usual engagement with your account or Tweets.”

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Twitter’s Latest Experiment: ‘Views’ In Tweets

Twitter's Latest Experiment: 'Views' In Tweets

Twitter tries out new features all the time – indeed, back in September the company revealed that it’s “rare for a day to go by when we’re not releasing at least one experiment”. Most of these experiments don’t become parts of the core system, and they’re always tested on a small subset of users.

Right now, one of Twitter’s current experiments is showing how many times your tweet has been viewed by others. Which has pros and cons, both for users and Twitter themselves.

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Follow Breaking News On Twitter With Experimental (And Official) @EventParrot Account

Follow Breaking News On Twitter With Experimental (And Official) @EventParrot Account

Last month Twitter revealed that it tests a least one “experiment” each day – a small feature that it rolls out to a limited subset of users to basically see what happens. If the feature tests well, more users get to try it out, and so on, until the experiment becomes an actual part of the network for everyone.

One of these experiments was @MagicRecs, a profile that recommends @accounts based on the following habits of people you already follow. @MagicRecs is now a fully-fledged Twitter feature, and following in its heels is @EventParrot, which proposes to help you keep up with what’s happening in the world.

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Twitter Reveals It Releases At Least One Experiment A Day

In a recent blog post, Twitter revealed that experimentation is even more common than users, or the media, might think.

In order to fine-tune new features or test tweaks, Twitter announced that “It’s rare for a day to go by when we’re not releasing at least one experiment.”

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Twitter Wants to Import Your Contacts (And Increase Your Activity)

We told you the folks at Twitter were clever, didn’t we? In case you missed it – they are.

In what we’re expecting is another example of Twitter’s “innovation through experimentation,” Twitter has come up with another way to increase your activity: importing your contacts.

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Twitter Can Improve Students’ Grades

Engage them, and they will learn. That’s the lesson at the core of new research that shows that Twitter is a potentially powerful tool for educators looking to increase student engagement and even their grades.
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