One of the leading social media websites Twitter has been introducing galvanic features in its platform, notably, we have seen the edit feature which has created a huge debate among the users. Still, the platform yearns to be updated with new features to become a powerful stream.
Twitter communities are being a sanctuary inside the forum, originally introduced back in September, rolled out to threaten the Facebook and Reddit communities. Twitter Communities are more like private groups, or a subreddit.
Users are allowed to tweet directly to a Twitter community, and that tweet won’t display up on their feed or to their followers. Now, according to well know tech tipster Alessandro Paluzzi, Twitter is working to show the most used hashtags in a community, and It will help you search for all tweets within a community.
The main focus hidden behind the Twitter community is to let you understand the concept of “easily finding and connecting with people who want to talk about the same things you do,” according to Twitter’s initial blog post.
Users could ponder Communities as a way to reflect on the tweets and links which are appropriate to one particular subject instead of demonstrating everything that gets posted on Twitter.
For instance, if you are an ardent fan of football and you want to see that specific content across the platforms, you can simply create a community around this topic and invite other users who want to see the same on the platform. According to Twitter, whilst you could only “tweet to your Community for a subjective discussion,” the Community pages and timelines are publicly available. So, basically, everyone can read, quote tweets, and report Community tweets as well.