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Twitter has updated its progressive web app (PWA) with support for the new Birdwatch feature, DM request improvements, and more. The retweet button experience has also changed to its default.
Twitter has put an end to its temporary measure of prompting quote tweets over typical retweets. While the number of quote tweets increased, 45% of users only wrote one word when using them.
Twitter has once again rounded up the latest changes made to its progressive web app over the past few weeks. These updates include a new retweet experience that promotes quote tweets.
After announcing the new features back in May, Twitter has finally announced the rollout of its new character limits, which are that media attachments and Quote Tweets won't count toward them.
Twitter will no longer count @names or media attachments as part of the 140-character limit; the '.@' requirement to reach all followers will be dropped; and users will be able to retweet themselves.
Those pesky developers over at Twitter are playing around with a select base of user accounts yet again, treating favorited (or starred) tweets just like retweets! The horror, the horror.....
Numerous Twitter users have, in recent days, reported that their retweet buttons have been replaced with the option to 'Share' tweets instead - could the days of the RT be numbered?
The Oxford English dictionary has added 400 new words, including woot, retweet, cyberbullying and sexting
Despite what many might expect, a study conducted by Hewlett Packard reached the remarkable conclusion that mainstream media outlets, and not prolific tweeters, appear to dictate what topics trend on Twitter. "You might expect the most...