The reactions feature launch is getting closer
Twitter users will get replies coming from people they follow and other replies that would most likely be interesting to them.
Following the release of several features this year, microblogging site Twitter is reportedly preparing new features for iOS users, including Reactions, Downvotes, and Sorted Replies.
Twitter is getting busy this year, according to 9to5Mac, because the company is launching new features before the end of the year. In addition, the company is expected to have a slew of other surprises in store for customers.
According to reverse engineer Nima Owji, users may be getting closer to the release date of Twitter’s Reactions. The reactions feature has been in testing for a few months and is finally set to launch soon, according to Owji, who discovered references to the new feature in Twitter’s code.
With four new reactions, “tears of joy,” “thinking face,” “clapping hands” and “crying face,” this feature is designed to give users the ability to better show how conversations make them feel and to give users “a better understanding of how their Tweets are received.
Nima stated that Twitter can now store data about the downvotes feature, indicating that this function will be released sooner rather than later.
Nima Owji also stated that Twitter can now store data about the downvotes feature, indicating that this function will be released sooner rather than later. Nima Owji also mentions that the company moved the downvote button so that it now appears before the like button.
According to the report, the company also changed the downvote position. It has even created a new tab that explains how downvotes work.
Twitter users will receive reactions from people they follow as well as other responses that are likely to be of interest to them. Another option is for users to receive all reactions, including potentially harmful or offensive ones.
Following the iOS launch in September, the company has now made its in-app tipping feature available to all Android users over the age of 18. Twitter stated that the “Tips” feature is intended for users who want to solicit financial assistance from their followers directly through the app using Cash App, PayPal, Venmo, and Patreon.