According to foreign media reports,Twitter is launching a new feature that could string multiple tweets together in a much easier way. The social media company released the feature on the afternoon of February 19 local time. Now, when a user writes a new tweet, he can view the previous tweet by sliding up. When he selects an old tweet, he will see the "continue thread" button.
After clicking the "continue thread" button, the user can connect the currently viewed tweet with another one. The specific operations are as follows:
Click the write button;
Drop down the compose window and click continue thread to add to the last tweet sent;
Add content, click tweets and add to thread;
Add thread to an old tweet, click (three dots) and select another tweet.
In essence, it's a way twitter can make it easier for users to create theme threads and tweet storm. In the past, twitter provided the ability to connect multiple tweets when they were written, but now the new features can connect new tweets with related tweets published in the past.
Since the new feature is now slowly rolling out, if you haven't seen the user, make sure to check its updates within this week.