Microblogging site Twitter is reportedly testing the ability to manage TwitterSpace’s hosting history. The forthcoming feature allows users to be in charge of host history, and users can look into it when they want to check it.
As of now, there hasn’t been any clue about the date and time or when this feature will be rolled out to the users, but according to popular tipster @Alessandro Paluzzi, Twitter has already been implemented the features to some users to test the upshot.
Moreover, Twitter is also testing a stamp that pops up from the notification tab when a reply has been liked by the creator; for instance, you will be notified if your favorite celebrity has liked your reply.
Howbeit, this feature has been there on the platform for years; apparently, now the users would be prodded with the exact timing when the reply had been liked. The two unforeseen features will soon set foot on the platform, but this could have been a jotted-off update alongside a most awaited Twitter edit button update.
It is noteworthy that a couple of days back, Twitter has rolled out an update that brought a crowd thronged the microblogging website. If there’s some feature that buffs off the social media, it is Twitter’s edit button.
The team scoured the platform until it gleamed, but everything happened inadvertently. The users have overheard a lot of rumors or even sometimes from a credible source that Twitter has been planning to bring an “Edit button” feature.
For many years, the firm standoff against the edit button until now was looming. Eventually, we will experience one of the greatest or most awaited features of all time; note it down Elon Musk would be the reason to implement the Edit button in the parallel universe.
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