Very quickly, Twitter would allow you to share the authorship of your tweets with other users. This is revealed by the most recent discoveries of the famous leak Alessandro Paluzzi, who Has published screenshots of this new feature. And while the feature has not yet been announced by the social network, its launch could be closer.
I agree with you screenshotusers will be able invite other accounts (which can be personal or branded) to be co-authors of a tweet. The process seems to be quite simple, although it still requires certain parameters to be met.
As we knew, the first step to share the authorship of a tweet on Twitter will be to send a collaboration request to another profile; this can be done directly from a button visible when it is created. Once the collaborator accepts the request, the post can be sent, which will indicate who the co-authors of the post are.
An important point to note is that you can only collaborate with people or brands whose accounts are public and who follow the user who makes the invitation. Once the collaborative tweet is published, Twitter will show it to both the main creator’s followers and the co-author.
What is not yet clear is if, at launch, this option will be available to all users, or if it will be limited to those who pay for the Twitter Blue service. So far, Paluzzi has been able to trace signs of co-authoring tweets back to last December, suggesting his full implementation may be imminent.
It should be mentioned that the concept of shared posts that Twitter is developing not exactly new in the field of social networks. Remember that last year Instagram introduced a similar option that allows two accounts to share authorship of a photo, video or Reel. Thus, the content is displayed on both profiles and the number of love and comments.
Twitter reportedly finalizing details ahead of collaborative tweets launch
Tweet co-authoring is said to be one of the many features Twitter is reportedly planning to launch this year.. The social network has been working hard on implementing new features for several months, such as the ability to individually label tweets with sensitive content.
The platform also expanded the reach of its dislike button and implemented better tools to identify automated accounts (bots). To this has been added the possibility of sharing fragments of Space recordings; And let’s not forget the ability to create and share GIFs from iOS.
However, Not all changes implemented by Twitter have been positive. Not long ago, the social network rolled back the controversial timeline timeline edit, which received heavy criticism from users. And looking to the future, the service is also preparing Flock, an Instagram-style “best friends” feature.
So it’s clear that Twitter’s development team is working tirelessly to implement new characteristics that little by little they will gain a place on the platform; We’ll see when we have more official news on this.