Twitter's New Features 2023
New Twitter Features Will Transform Your Tweeting Experience
Part of the greatness of Twitter is how easy it is to use. It is simple, elegant and easy to use. If you don't like the simple interface, Twitter has added a lot of great new things.
Do you want to know something? Do you want to try a new idea? Do you want to know what people think about an upcoming event? Thanks to the new Polls feature, it is now possible to do this without leaving Twitter. Twitter polls allow you to choose between four different answers and they appear directly in your tweet. They live for 24 hours, at which point they display the final totals on their bodies.
Many people are trying to figure out how to incorporate the new feature into their personal and marketing Facebook pages because it's still unique. There are 13 creative Twitter poll ideas you can use for your business that Hootsuite has shared. Buffer came up with nine ways to use Twitter polls.
These are three of my favorite things:
Allow fans to vote on content:
Polls can be a great method of building followers who want to read your content and allowing your followers to help you create your content and decide what you post.
Predictions: When you ask for them,
For a long time, a large portion of Twitter chats have been making predictions about who will win the NFL game or who will win the new TV show. Unique and fun ways: Polls are a fun new way to get predictions from your audience, as well as a way to start a conversation with them.
Comments on your submissions:
Fans and followers love to feel a part of their favorite brands and people. Surveys give people the opportunity to make even closer friends. Use polls to let your followers help shape your content strategy and give them the opportunity to say more or less what they want to see with a simple click.
Full size images
Twitter Long allows you to tweet photos or add photos to your tweets, but it also allows you to add images. It used to be that only the central horizontal stripe of an image was visible. Twitter changed the way it displays images and started showing the whole picture. This is great information for those of you who use snaps to get people to visit our sites and have had to avoid Twitter clipping for years.
All the best things happening on the web are brought together in a quick and easy way. Moments wants to keep people up to date on what's happening in politics, sports, and more. As another way to find more stories, you can swipe through topics to see more stories. Some people don't like the new feature because they think it's pointless and annoying. Fans want the part to give them a quick way to stay up to date on events.
That's what Twitter tells you to do when you see a Moment.
When you click on a Moment, you are taken to a page with a title and a short description.
To jump straight into the story, start swiping. You'll see full-bleed immersive images, videos, Vines, and GIFs that start playing as soon as you open the app.
A single tap lets you visit the entire Tweet, which you can bookmark, Retweet, and more. To bookmark the Tweet right away, just double-tap.
It shows how much more each Moment has.
You can go back to the guide by swiping up or down.
To tweet your thoughts at the end of a Moment, click the "Share" button. That will send your tweet to your friends.
Now you can make and share videos without leaving the app when using Twitter. To add a picture, click the camera icon, then switch to video, long press the video recorder icon, and you're good to go. That's a quick and easy way to connect with people you don't use much. Here, Gary Vaynerchuk, entrepreneur, public speaker, and internet rock star, talks about why Twitter's new video feature is essential for engagement, not just content.
Retweet with comment
There are many things I like about this. It used to take up a lot of space to give someone an "RT". Retweets now give you the opportunity to add a quote. Whether you retweet or not, the way the retweets are displayed elegantly and attractively guides the entire tweet. I'll link to the original post if you add a quote. For retweet changes, check out the Hubspot article.
Unlimited number of Direct Messages
Direct messages (DM) on Twitter are used to be limited to the same number of characters as tweets. DMs can now be longer than 140 characters. So why did this never make sense? If you're having a conversation offline, you probably have more to say than 140 characters can hold.
If you want to send a tweet longer than 10,000 characters, you can now do so in the Twitter app on your phone or computer, as well as on the web. It will also work in apps like Tweetbot. When Twitter tried to fix the DM issue, it took a long time, but now they've done it. So don't be afraid to reach out and message people. You don't have to shorten your message.
Direct messages for a group
They also made it possible to send messages to more than one person at a time. Teams and individuals who need to share more quickly in the app will find this much easier to do.
Making the switch from Favorite to Love
People were shocked when Twitter changed the Favorite button, which had a star next to it, to a Like button with hearts. A heart instead of a star will be almost unnoticeable for Twitter users who use the service less frequently. On the other hand, Twitter users were divided on whether the move was good or bad.
I think the pair serve a similar purpose: to nod to people whose tweets I like and save tweets for when I want to see them again. It doesn't matter which way I go in the heart versus star debate because I can go either way. Who knows? Secretly, people might want to bring back the star that everyone likes. Stay with us.
Twitter and Periscope
Social media is one of the hottest new things right now, and this is one of the best. As Business Insider says, the app had more than 10 million accounts just four months after it launched. Twitter and Facebook took two years to reach 10 million users, but both did. Even before the app came out, Twitter quietly bought it. That means Periscope and Twitter work very well together. Victory!