As part of its monthly update, Twitter is bringing the ability to soft-block a user on its Progressive Web App. This allows users to remove an account from following them, without blocking them.
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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 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 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.
Twitter has once again gone over the recent updates to its Progressive Web App, highlighting some of the new features such as branded like animations, as well as some smaller improvements.
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.
After the capability was discovered a few weeks ago, Twitter has officially announced the ability to schedule tweets to go live at a specific time. It's also possible to save tweet drafts for later.
Twitter has published this month's roundup of updates for its Progressive Web App, including the ability to remember text in the tweet and DM composers, new emoji, and conversation controls.
Twitter has gone over some of the recent updates to the progressive web app, which is the default Twitter experience on the web, as well as on Windows 10, with a few accessibility improvements.
In the most recent round of updates to its Progressive Web App, Twitter has added the ability to react to direct messages with emoji. The updates also include improvements to accessibility and more.
Twitter has once again detailed some of the changes made to its Progressive Web App, which is just the regular Twitter website now. The latest updates include new features and improvements.
Twitter has published a new changelog revealing some of the recent changes to its Progressive Web App, including the ability to use up to five accounts without having to sign out and back in.
The social network today announced that it's testing a new desktop experience for its website, bringing all the features from its Progressive Web App to users who prefer using a web browser
Twitter is adding support for night mode, real-time tweet stats and more to the Windows PWA, mobile website and Twitter Lite. These updates bring further feature parity with apps on other platforms.
Twitter has announced that the release of its Progress Web App represents a renewed commitment to Windows, as it utilizes the platform's technologies to bring a faster and improved user experience.
The Twitter PWA, which is still only available to Windows Insiders on Windows 10 Redstone 4 or 5, has been updated to allow pinning user profiles on the Start menu, which then become Live Tiles.