After the Super Follows, the social network continues in its innovation process, and could soon offer two new features aimed at improving interactions on the platform.
The information comes from a report made public this Thursday by the media Bloomberg, and it concerns Twitter. After officially deploying the Super Follows, and proposed new moderation tools aimed at fighting cyberbullying, the blue bird social network is preparing to deploy several new tools intended to help Internet users to better manage their online interactions.
On the sidelines of Safety Mode, currently in the test phase across the Atlantic, Twitter should allow within a few months ofarchive old tweets after a certain period of time, to leave a conversation so as not to be notified of its progress, or to delete subscribers without having to block them. Objective for the company: facilitate the right to be forgotten of Internet users, sometimes pinned for messages dating back several years. Regarding archiving, it will probably be possible to activate the automatic masking of messages after 1, 2, 3 or 12 months of existence.
In a statement released yesterday, a spokesperson for the company confirmed – without giving too much detail – that Twitter is currently conducting research based on several market studies, in order to better respond to privacy needs of Internet users. “We understand that there is no one-size-fits-all approach to privacy, so we’re excited to roll out more features and tools to allow Twitter users to personalize their experience”, thus declared the social network. However, these new features are still in the testing phase. It is therefore conceivable that they will never see the light of day.