Twitter Is Bringing A New Feature, Twitter Will Account For Every Tweet
Some users shared a screenshot of this feature on Tuesday morning. Through this feature, users will know which account to follow and which not.
Microblogging platform Twitter is now going to keep track of each and every tweet of yours. For this, a feature named Tweets per month has been prepared to launch on the tweet. With this, users will be able to know how many tweets someone has made in a month. Some users shared a screenshot of this feature on Tuesday morning. Through this feature, users will know which account to follow and which not.
What will be the benefit?
Actually, with the help of this feature, you will be able to decide which Twitter account to follow and which not. If someone tweets thousands of times a month, you might not want them on your timeline - or if they barely tweet, you might not think it's worth following them.
10 percent of users do 80 percent of tweets
A shocking revelation in a 2019 report by the Pew Research Center, according to which only 10 percent of Twitter users tweet 80 percent of the Twitter platform. Meaning there are a large number of users on Twitter. But the number of users tweeting is very less. Tweeting is being done by a select few people, while the rest of the people live, retweet, and comment.
On average, every user posts only twice a month
According to the report, the average user on Twitter posts only twice a month. Twitter has 237.8 million monetized daily active users as of last quarter. In such a situation, even the users will be able to know who are those people, which should be followed. You will be able to decide whether to follow the users who tweet more or those who do not tweet much.