Twitter update stops auto refresh or users timelines so tweets do not disappear again

Twitter has actually upgraded its platform to prevent auto refresh of users' feeds that triggered some tweets to "vanish" while they read them. The platform initially revealed it was dealing with the upgrade in September, stating "we understand it's a discouraging experience" when tweets vanished from view mid-read, and the repair is now presenting to Twitter's web platform. Users will have the ability to fill brand-new tweets by clicking a tweet counter bar that will appear at the top of their timelines above existing tweets in their feed

The web variation of Twitter will now act the method its native iOS and Android apps currently do; neither one auto-refreshes users' timelines, rather filling the tweets for when the user by hand revitalizes their feed.

Twitter has actually been including brand-new functions routinely over the past numerous months; in addition to its audio chatroom Areas, which it released practically precisely a year earlier, the platform presented its Twitter Blue premium service to users in the United States previously this month. For a month-to-month cost of $2.99, Twitter Blue's functions consist of the capability to "reverse" tweets, ad-free short articles from some publishers, and a Nuzzel-like roundup of leading posts.

The most recent upgrade, like its choice to close down Fleets less than a year after presenting the ending tweets function, recommends Twitter does take users' feedback into factor to consider when making changes and updates. Now if we might simply encourage them to include editable tweets …