Twitter is working on More Tweet Reactions like Facebook

Apparently, Twitter is aiming for more reactions on its platform. This feature looks more like the Facebook choices. Jane Manchun Wong, who has lately revealed additional Twitter features such as his verification program, Tip Jar, and "Blue," is the same researcher who paid for a subscription. At present, the reactions of "Hmm" and "Haha" are the only ones with icons. Only the "Like" icon is used to "Cheer" and "Sad."

This feature is currently being tested by Twitter. When the feature is available to everyone, there are no words.


Twitter adds several important features to entertain its users on the other hand continuously. Just recently, a new way to make money has been implemented. Now Twitter allowed its users to add a virtual tip jar to their accounts so that others are able to support their tweets with money.

In addition, Twitter now asks its users to allow ad tracking under the transparency rules of Apple's app tracking. Following the update of version 8.65, which has Space support, Twitter users are going to notice a popup asking to "keep relevant ads." This means Twitter is being able to track information from other companies such as apps and websites.

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