Twitter Rolls Out Its Tweetstorm Feature Called 'Threads'



That's why we're thrilled to share that we're making it simpler to thread Tweets together, and to find threads, so it's easier to express yourself on Twitter and stay informed.

It is the latest instance of the social network altering or adding a feature after reviewing feedback to keep its more than 300 million monthly active users engaged.

Twitter users who wanted to exceed the 280-character limit, but still post more information than was possible to cram into a single post, found innovative approaches.

Now, hundreds of thousands of threads are Tweeted every day! Some users have already got the feature.

Users have always been able to unofficially go on long rants, also known as tweetstorms. This came in the form of what is known as "tweetstorming", where basically users compose multiple tweets and post them in rapid succession. Once you're done with your manifesto, you can tweet everything at once.

Until now, there was no specific "Twitter thread" feature available for the users.

Things are also getting easier from the reader's side.

Alongside the Add another Tweet feature, Twitter has also introduced another feature called the "Show this thread".

The change, according to Twitter, will be rolling out to the Twitter site and iOS app in the coming weeks.

A Twitter thread is when someone posts a series of connected posts.

The product changes are part of Twitter's effort to address concerns that its network is hard to use, which analysts have said is one reason why it's not picking up users as quickly as investors would like.

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