Twitter is finally rolling out Tweet view counts starting on December 22nd. Elon Musk confirmed the rollout of the feature via a tweet. The new feature will let users see the actual number of views their tweets received. This feature is already available for videos on the platform. Musk had promised the new feature earlier this month, and it’s now available to all users. The microblogging service also recently rolled out a Twitter for Business update, bringing square avatars to brands.
Tweet view counts will allow users to see how many times a tweet has been viewed, according to Elon Musk’s tweet. He said the new feature is normal for video.He also said it would also show more dynamic Twitter Not as it seems, as more than 90% of users read the tweet, but didn’t retweet, reply or like it.
Twitter is rolling out view counting, so you can see how many times a tweet has been viewed! This is normal for video.
Shows that Twitter is more active than it appears, as over 90% of Twitter users read, but don’t tweet, reply or like, as these are public actions.
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) December 22, 2022
In another tweet, he shared Tweets get more than 100 times more read than likes.
It’s worth noting that everyone can see the tweet’s views, not just the account owner.The feature is currently usable on iOS and android application. It is also available on the web version. As of now, view counts are only shown in new tweets, not old ones.
At the same time, Twitter introduce New Blue for Business subscription. It will allow businesses and users to differentiate themselves from others with a branded square avatar. The new Blue for Business feature also allows companies to link their associated individuals, businesses and brands to their accounts. Once linked, the linked user’s account will get a small badge with their parent company’s profile photo next to their verification badge.
Brands will have a gold checkmark and people associated with the brand will have a blue checkmark. For now, though, the feature is only rolling out to a limited number of businesses, with more coming next year.
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