Despite all the confusion that has arisen with the (alleged) sale of Twitter, this social network has not stopped improving and presenting news. These seek to broaden the horizons for what users can have, in a natural and simple way.
The latest novelty comes to give Twitter something that has been requested for some time and that makes this network more private. Circles has arrived and now allows you to publish only to a restricted group of friends or followers.
Twitter has sought to create tools that make this social network different from all others, with unique news and improvements. These focus on several areas, from publishing publications to publishing podcasts or Spaces.
With Circles, Twitter wants to become more private and open more than what we have today with direct messages. These publications are also limited and restricted, but now to a group of users that can be chosen at the time the tweet is published.
According to Twitter, giving users the option to share ideas with a special group of followers helps make the Tweet more accessible. This is as true for newcomers to Twitter as it is for those who already have thousands of followers.
IT IS possible add up to 150 people to a Circles group and edit that list at any time. Tweets posted in a Circle appear with a green badge just below it, visible only to selected people. No one can retweet these posts and all replies are private, even if your account is public.
Tests with Circles are not new and started in May of this year. Now that they are mature and ready to be used, they are finally open to all users of this social network, without any limitation. This can be seen in the fact that it has been made available for iOS, Android and also on Twitter.com.
This is a novelty that changes Twitter and makes it even more personal and focused on users and what they want to publish. Closer groups can be created and thus use Circles as a unique and direct sharing tool, without revealing everything on the Internet.
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