Amidst the ongoing legal drama between Elon Musk and Twitter, the social networking site has been on a roll, bringing new features to everyone after being in their test phases.
The latest feature is Circle – similar to Instgarams’s Close Friends. Twitter has been testing this feature since early May and is now rolling it out to everyone on its Android, and iOS apps and on the web.
Here’s How Twitter Circle Works
Only people added to a Circle will be able to see what you tweet.
And a Circle can accommodate up to 150 people or as we refer to them, Tweeps.
If you’re included in the circle, you’ll see a special green badge under certain tweets meaning you and the other Circle members can view that tweet. When you post on your Circle, it will not be viewable on your public timeline.
“You choose who’s in your Twitter Circle, and only the individuals you’ve added can view, reply to and interact with the Tweets you share in the Circle. People in your Circle will see a green badge under Tweets sent to the group,” reads a statement from the company.
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