Twitter The test circle began With a limited group earlier this month, it now looks like more users are starting to come (via) Android Police) The feature works a lot Close friends of InstagramThis allows users to send tweets to a specific group rather than Twitter.
To check if you have access to the Twitter circle, update your Twitter app or go to Twitter in a web browser. When you start creating a tweet, you will see a drop-down menu at the top Everyone. From here, you can choose Twitter circle Limit your tweet to a select audience, or you can hit Edit Add or remove people from your circle. Twitter will not notify users if you add or remove them.
You can add up to 150 users to your circle, whether they follow you or not. Users in your circle will see the link in circle-only tweets (and vice versa): “Only people in[yourusername]’S Twitter circle can see this tweet. Tweeting to your circle is almost like a personal account, it only privatizes some tweets instead of restricting access to your entire profile.
People in your circle will not be able to retweet anything you post, but they will be able to screenshot and download your tweets. It’s important to remember that even if you send your tweets to a small audience, Twitter’s social guidelines still apply.
Although more users seem to be accessing this feature, Twitter spokesman Joseph Nunes said On the edge It is still being tested. “We are currently testing the Twitter circle globally with a team across iOS, Android and across the web,” Nunes said. “This feature is not yet widely available to everyone as we continue to collect comments.”
At present it is not clear how many people are currently accessing the circle. Like it Further Users (Including me) We see the feature pop-up when they start creating a tweet, But Some users Report that no access yet.
Updated May 28, 5:27 PM ET: Updated to include a statement from a Twitter spokesperson and hopefully not yet delivered to everyone.
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