If you have been an active user of ‘Threads’ app, you have probably noticed a need for fresh features echoing through the platform. Whether it’s enhancing news, introducing lists, or improving DMs, users have been eagerly anticipating features that suit their tastes. Excitingly, today, the Meta-owned, Threads app introduced two new features that are bound to bring joy to its users.
In the near future, Threads is set to unveil a handy edit button for its users, granting them the power to edit their posts even after they have gone live. Moreover, users will be able to exchange voice notes across the platform.
Edit Posts and Share Voice Notes Coming Your Way
Editing is now available on Threads, as Mark Zuckerberg recently revealed. It implies that you will now have the ability to edit posts even after they have gone live. In comparison to X (formerly known as Twitter), there’s no requirement for a subscription fee to enjoy edits following publication.
Users will have a brief five-minute window to edit a Threads post after its initial publication. Beyond this period, any further alterations to the post will not be possible. It’s important to highlight that Threads won’t display an edit history to users. As a result, there won’t be any way to find out the original content of a Threads post once it has been edited.
Furthermore, Threads is introducing a feature that allows users to share Voice Notes on the platform. To do this, simply tap the newly introduced microphone icon and record your voice. Subsequently, this voice note will be shared across the platform.
In other developments, there’s news that Threads might add something called “Trending Topics,” which lets users see what people are talking about on the platform. This info came out by accident when a Meta worker accidentally showed a picture of this new feature. Interestingly, an application developer William Max was the first to notice the picture.
Threads, the Meta-owned app, has answered the calls of its users by introducing two exciting new features: an edit button for posts that allows editing within a five-minute window after publication without requiring a subscription, and the ability to share voice notes across the platform. These additions address the desire for increased flexibility and communication options within the app. While there may be future developments, these new features are bound to enhance the user experience on Threads.