Reading snarky retorts from people who retweet your tweet is exciting but keeping track of these conversations, quote retweet, or quote a reply is not easy. Especially when you are using a phone to access social media, it can prove to be a nightmare. Therefore, to make things easy, Twitter is rolling out a new feature for iOS users, using which iOS users will be able to see Retweets with comments all in one place.
Don’t miss the Tweets about your Tweet.
Now on iOS, you can see Retweets with comments all in one place. pic.twitter.com/oanjZfzC6y
— Twitter (@Twitter) May 12, 2020
How will this feature help?
As retweets get buried alongside other replies finding them isn’t easy. But with this update and the new feature, things for iOS users will change. They will now be to see retweets with comments and without it, in a simplified way.
The new feature is designed to list all retweets with comments and without it in a separate column.
This will help users know who interacted with their tweets, which means users can now know the true reaction to your tweets and participation by other users.
How to use the new feature?
To access this feature, tap on a tweet > click “Retweets.”
Users will now be able to see retweets broken out into two columns—Retweet with and without comments.
You might think this isn’t something new and you are right. But this new feature will make viewing retweets easy. Earlier to see retweets with comments you had to paste the tweets URL into the service search box, but with this new feature, all this hassle is cut down.
By simply tapping on the tweet, you can keep track of conversations on Twitter. Moreover, soon commented retweets would contribute to the total retweet count.
But Android users will have to wait for this feature. After knowing this some users tweeted to get an answer for the discrimination
If you too feel the same let us know why you miss this feature so much and how you will use it. This will help us know the effectiveness of this new feature.