Twitter tests a function that allows you to add statuses in the publications

Twitter has started testing a new feature where users can provide additional information to their followers through posts, by moods or descriptions.

It is a tool that, for the time being, only a select group of users of the social network from both the United States and Australia.

As confirmed by a Twitter spokesperson to TechCrunch, the platform will be testing this new feature “for a limited time” with the aim that users “can convey better“what they are doing through their tweets, reviewed Europa Press.

“The function allows you to add a status to the tweets to provide more context to your followers,” said this spokesperson, who has indicated that thanks to this option information can be added about “reflections made in the shower or opinions about how they feel on Mondays“.

This medium also indicates that the states, as well as the emoji that accompanies them, appear below the username and apply exclusively to said tweet.

At the moment, and because Twitter statuses are in their infancy, they don’t appear to be moderated or managed.

It is worth remembering that application researcher Jane Manchun Wong discovered this feature at the end of last April. So, the statuses could be applied in a tweet or in a general profile.

However, TechCrunch notes that in this latest test users can only add context to specific tweets and that they can click on these statuses to discover other posts with the same status.

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