Twitter’s Tweetstorm Feature that Pairs Individual Tweets Now Live on Beta Build

November 22, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Back in September, Twitter was said to be working on a new feature, called Tweetstorm, which let users to pair individual tweets exceeding the 280-character limit. The arrival of the feature now appears to be closing in as it was spotted being tested in the smartphone app versions of Twitter.

Tweetstorm was spotted being tested on alpha and beta builds of the Twitter app for both Android and iOS. With the feature, users wilstorm was spotted being tested on alpha and beta builds of the Twitter app for both Android and iOS. With the feature, userl be able to type out several tweets together and send them one by one as individual tweets by queueing them. This will let them skip the necessity of sending out tweets individually, as that part of the job will be handled by the Tweetstorm feature.

Tweetstorm was initially discovered as a hidden feature in Android’s Twitter app in September, remaining inactivated inside. Now that it has started showing up on the beta builds, we can expect the feature to get activated soon on the main app. Twitter has also confirmed to TechCrunch that it’s working upon the feature.

Tweetstorm feature is speculated to be part of the Twitter v7.24.0 alpha for Android, though it’s uncertain whether it could be activated through a server-side update. The version can be side-loaded from APK mirror. Being an alpha build, expect the version to be buggier than the beta version of Twitter.

As with recent updates regarding Twitter, the company has announced its plans to remove the verification badges from users violating the rules. In addition, Twitter also revealed that the entire verification system will be reworked and refined.

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