Twitter is testing a new choice that shows you regularly a post has been retweeted with a comment; the company has validated to The Verge. In screenshots published by users with the feature allowed, a new “Retweet with comments” counter can be seen along with the existing “Likes” and also “Retweets” numbers. Twitter said it’s currently examining the function with a tiny group of iOS Twitter individuals.
Twitter is working on `quote_count` Tweet Object attribute in the API,
showing the possibility of including such metric in the app, or formalizing the ability to view quote-tweets pic.twitter.com/KvYFoxH2kR
— Jane Manchun Wong (@wongmjane) April 16, 2020
The feature will not show you anything you can’t presently find using the service’s search feature; it just makes it a lot easier. That’s crucial when some Twitter individuals make use of quote tweets to respond to a tweet, as opposed to making use of the solution’s integrated reply capability to organize tweets right into conversation threads neatly. Presently, if you wish to locate quote tweets, you need to paste the tweet’s URL into the service’s search box.
It’s worth keeping in mind that Twitter has tried out with a few UI modifications over the previous year, yet extremely few of them have developed into fully-fledged functions. There was its ‘original tweeter’ label that was indicated to highlight that had actually started a specific conversation thread, a snooze function for notices, and also an option to get notifications for actions to a particular tweet. There’s every opportunity that “Retweet with remarks” could join them.