Twitter Starts Testing New Co-Tweet Feature
Twitter has started testing a new feature called Co-Tweet, which will allow two users to post a tweet. For now, this feature is available for select accounts in the US, Canada, and Korea. Let us tell you that with the help of this new feature, two users will be able to tweet together. The social network site has started testing this feature named Co-Tweet.
Twitter confirmed that it has begun experimenting with a new feature called Co-Tweet that will "help two authors share the spotlight, showcase their contributions, and connect with more people.". In this regard, Twitter spokesperson Joseph J. Nunez said in a statement that we are exploring new ways for people to collaborate on Twitter.
There's more detail about this feature in Twitter's FAQ, how it works and what it can do. The company has also warned that at the end of this experiment, we may disable this feature and any CoTweets created may also be removed. Let us tell you that a Co-Tweet is a co-authored Tweet that is posted simultaneously on both the profiles of the authors and the timelines of their followers.
Twitter has recently upgraded its security to keep the platform safe and open, as well as added new ways to have discussions and make money through the service. Along with testing ways to make it simpler for people to join and follow conversations, the company has also released a number of product updates and features to help users learn what works and what doesn't.