Content creators and the Twitter community, in general, should be happy with the latest updates rolling out of Twitter. New moderation and monetization methods aim to reinvigorate the platform as it moves forward into 2022.
Has your feed become too crowded and scattered? Twitter Communities will make the site more like other social media sites where you follow and communicate with groups instead of individuals. Here's how they will work.
Twitter is testing a new way to display media in its timeline, where photos and videos now appear edge-to-edge. The test is rolling out to a limited group of users on iOS right now; no word on when it'll be available on Android.
Twitter is finally going forward with Super Follows, making you pay monthly for subscriptions to individual accounts. At the same time, it's testing a feature that'll use AI to detect and auto-block any accounts that appear to be harassing you.
You can now sign up or log in to Twitter more seamlessly as the service added support for third-party sign-in with Google and Apple. The new experience is available on mobile and the web, with a bit of exception.
Our lives are on our phones these days, and while many of the most popular and useful apps will surprise no one, the sheer number of apps I rely upon in my day-to-day is much higher than I would have originally thought.
Ticketed Spaces are arriving on Twitter, giving hosts the ability to charge for access to their Space. Twitter says that hosts will receive most of the cut after app-store transaction fees are taken into account.