Twitter's usually ahead of the curve when it comes to social media trends. Whether it's a tirade about an issue or a amusing or touching story that they're telling, Twitter threads are a good way to express your thoughts or tell a story.
Until now, there was no specific "Twitter thread" feature available for the users. In simple words, this feature will let you organize multi-tweet threads. You can also go back later and add more tweets to the thread.
Hover over the profile pic and click the Following button to unfollow any account.
We've made it easy to create a thread by adding a plus button in the composer, so you can connect your thoughts and publish your threaded Tweets all at the same time.
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The company said in a blog post that it was inspired to create the tool based on what users were already doing. So, in case you haven't yet got the feature, ensure to update your Twitter app to the latest version.
You may repeat the process as many times as you want until you complete your narrative.
For those who are just reading the tweets, it's now easier to spot thread because they now come with a "Show this thread" label.
Threading - sometimes referred to as "tweetstorms" - is the description given to a series of individual tweets linked together. This new feature is dedicated to making it easier for people to spot a thread amidst the hundreds of Tweets - which is often a hard task.