Becoming a conversation can be difficult on Twitter, especially when it comes to keeping tabs of answers when more people jump in.
Back In August last year, it was reported that Twitter had plans for a comprehensive redesign of calls on the platform. The bet will be set to make these calls much easier and streamlined. Answer, that is, would be tweaked. And now Twitter has been published on the test procedure.
As first noted on Wednesday by The Verge Twitter now allows the public to apply for access to its newly developed answers. The change is supposed to "make it easier to see more of what people say", which includes a new rounded form of response so that they look like familiar text messages. Not only that, the answers will have a small indentation, which should make the thread even easier to follow.
"Twitter is also experimenting with efforts to emphasize engagement numbers. The number of likes and retweets that an answer has received is now hidden until a user clicks on the answer, along with sharing options and other details about the tweet."
Twitter is obviously out after feedback here, so those who sign up and be accepted would be expected to give someone. As a result, Twitter notes that further changes may come around due to user feedback. So it sounds like these changes are not sticking, the social network is still willing to do further tweaks if needed.
If you want to try out the redesign, go through the Twitter source below.
[via The Verge; Twitter]
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