Twitter keeps getting better! In August, there were some product announcements made to enhance the microblogging and social networking service. Find a recap of the product updates and news below.
Aug 3: Twitter said goodbye to Fleets. Fleets, it’s been real
Twitter had big hopes for Fleets, but now it’s time to say goodbye and take flight with other ideas. Starting August 3, Fleets will no longer be available. More on what Twitter learned and what’s coming. You can find the Tweet here.
Aug 3: Twitter test way to appeal
Twitter is testing a way to appeal if you think the platform mistakenly labelled your Tweet for including sensitive media. Twitter is first testing this appeals process with a small group in Mexico, the US and Japan. You can find the Tweet thread here.
Aug 5: Managing Space
Twitter making it easier to manage your Space and have introduced co-hosting.
You can find the Tweet thread here.
Aug 11: Twitter Appearance on the web
Twitter released a few changes to the way Twitter looks on the web and on your phone.
Today, we released a few changes to the way Twitter looks on the web and on your phone. While it might feel weird at first, these updates make us more accessible, unique, and focused on you and what you’re talking about. You can find the Tweet thread here.
Aug 18: Twitter introduces new spaces
Twitter introduces new Spaces endpoints so you can build tools, apps, and services to help people get more out of Twitter Spaces and shape the future of audio conversations.
Aug 19: DM improvements
Twitter has made some DM improvements. Twitter has got easier Tweet sharing, better navigation when in a convo, and more. You can find the Tweet thread here.
Aug 24: Twitter Spaces
Twitter is experimenting with ways to help you discover more Spaces for some of you on iOS and android, if someone you follow is listening to a Space, you’ll see it at the top of your tl.
You can find the Tweet here.
Aug 19: Subscription to Revue Newsletter
Twitter is starting to test a feature that allows people to subscribe to your Revue newsletter directly from your Twitter profile. You can find Revue’s Tweet thread here.
Aug 17: Twitter is testing a feature for you to report Tweets that seem misleading – as you see them. Starting today, some people in the US, South Korea, and Australia will find the option to flag a Tweet as “It’s misleading” after clicking on Report Tweet. You can find the Tweet thread here.
@Twitter remains your official source for what’s happening!