8:11PM Monday 14 January
Following a tease of some new Twitter features at CES 2019 in Las Vegas, Twitter’s director of product management Sara Haider sat down with TechCrunch to show off some new features the company has in the works. Read More »
101 Days Ago Twitter wants to completely redesign the way conversations look on its platform. During an event at CES on Wednesday, the company detailed new features that could drastically change the way people share and talk to one another on its platform.
101 Days Ago Twitter is starting to test new ways of displaying tweets, which will roll out as part of a beta program in the coming weeks. The beta program will include new features like speech bubbles, indenting, and different colors determined by whether you follow someone or are replying, according to a Twitter representative.
95 Days Ago Can a new set of product features change the way people communicate online? Twitter is a great service for reading the news. It’s not so great for interacting with other people.
97 Days Ago Last week, Twitter announced that it’ll launch a new beta program to test out its upcoming features to reshape how conversations take place on the platform.
101 Days Ago Twitter unveiled some new features including status updates and chat bubbles for threads and replies. The social network’s VP of product, Keith Coleman, showed off a few screenshots of the new changes at a press event at CES 2019 in Las Vegas.
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