It is stated that the social media platform Twitter has started to activate the long-awaited ‘timed tweeting’ feature in the desktop application. It is not yet clear whether the feature is activated for testing or whether it will be broadcast to all users around the world.
It seems that Twitter has opened the timed tweet option, which is one of the most important features that users will use with great enthusiasm, for some people. It is estimated that this feature will be very useful in controlling tweets of social media administrators and news broadcasts.
With the new feature, users will be able to set a special day and time for their tweet. In addition, you will be able to access all your timed tweets by going to your Timeline window. However, it is stated that timed tweeting is currently only available to certain people.
The new feature may be testing:
Whether the new feature is testing or open to all desktop Twitter app users around the world remains unclear. Twitter started tweeting in the tweet window last year, but it seems that a special button has been added for tweeting for the new feature. The timed tweeting option was available to users through TweetDeck or Buffer, a third-party app, even though it hasn’t been on Twitter’s own app before.
The popular social media platform also tests features such as sending alerts to users who have responded to potentially harmful content for some time. As part of the tests, the company will ask users if they want to rethink the responses before they start sending potentially offensive tweets. When users click the ‘Send’ button, they will be told whether the words in their tweets are similar to the reported words and they will be asked if they want to correct the message.
Sunita Saligram, the name responsible for Twitter’s global security policy, stated that they are trying to encourage people to rethink their behavior and language before tweeting. So much so that users who find themselves in the middle of a hot discussion can use the expressions they never wanted in their tweets.