Twitter has shared the latest roundup of features added to its web experience, including a full rollout of Fleets in DMs and new prompts asking users to read news articles before retweeting them.
Twitter has once again shared the latest updates made to its web experience, or PWA. This month, the website dropped support for Internet Explorer 11, but gained features like faster DM access.
Twitter introduced a dark theme for its mobile apps last year, and it's now preparing to do the same for its desktop website. The new 'Night mode' option is already available for some users.
Twitter has announced it will now no longer count username @mentions in replies towards the 140-character limit. The feature is currently rolling out to the website and the iOS and Android apps.
The Twitter.com website is currently experiencing some downtime with users in the US unable to access the social networking web site. The mobile apps that connect to Twitter don't work either.
Twitter announced this week plans to boost the performance of the Twitter.com website which should allow the page load times to go down to 1/5th of their previous times.