Twitter Inc (NYSE: TWTR) Removes Feature After Users Complain Tweets Are Not Chronological

Twitter Inc (NYSE: TWTR) has reversed its latest feature launch after pushback from its users. The feature had a tab for users to see tweets according to their algorithm, while a separate tab would give them the latest tweets. However, this feature meant that users could not view tweets chronologically.

The company had launched the feature on iOS and was to release it on the web and Android. However, following the pushback, Twitter went back on its decision. The company has stated that it is finding better ways to incorporate the feature to give its users better control of their accounts.

Tweeter wants to add 100 million users 

Moreover, the company has announced that it plans to increase 100 million people to its platform by the end of 2023. This will require Twitter to make its users use the platform more. The company would also have to release new products.

As a result, Twitter has hired new consumer product managers. These include Arnaud Weber, Jay Sullivan, and Kayvon Beykpour. The company hopes these new employees could help it improve its customer retention.

Russia bans Twitter and Facebook

Meanwhile, Russia has banned Facebook after the company placed restrictions on state-owned media. The country has also restricted access to Twitter. Instagram and Facebook, owned by Meta Platforms Inc (NASDAQ: FB), had removed Sputnik and Russia Today (RT) from its output to the U.K and the European Union.

Meta Platforms has pointed out that cutting Russians from social media would prevent Russians from speaking out on the platform, communicating with their loved ones, and accessing reliable information on the Russia-Ukraine war. For this reason, the company would do its best to restore services to the country to help people organize and speak out.

Forty days after retiring for football, Tom Brady is already out of retirement. The news has led to reactions among fans and Twitter users. Users point out that one football fan had already paid $518,000 for Brady’s last touchdown ball.

Twitter is also reacting to Jason Kelce from the Philadelphia Eagles singing the national anthem. Fans quickly pointed out that while Kelce wasn’t the best singer, he was much better than Carl Lewis, who also sang the national anthem.

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Published by Christine Lawrence

Christine Lawrence is a financial analyst. She loves analyzing socioeconomic trends in the background of financial moves. She has overall seven years of experience in Auditing, Finance and Writing.

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