Twitter allows the feature to restrict who are allowed to reply to all users
Twitter allows the feature to restrict who are allowed to reply to all users

About two and a half months ago, Twitter began testing a new method to limit the number of people who can respond to a Tweet so that only users can speak to the people they want.

A few days ago, the company started updating its iOS apps, as more users could be tested. The company said: "In May, we tested a new method that allows you to have an in-depth conversation with anyone you want so you can make and use more significant changes." "Now everyone can try this new feature and choose who can reply to their tweets," she said.

Twitter today announced the end of the testing phase. Whether via its Android and iOS apps or the web version of its service, all users can use this function.

In order to take advantage of this feature, the company explained that once a tweet is created, the user can use the option at the bottom of the tweet to choose who can respond to it. There are three options: everyone, people you follow, and people mentioned in people's Tweets.

It is worth noting that the company said in January of last year: This feature will be available to everyone later this year. While this feature limits the number of people who can reply to Tweets, it allows anyone to see them. The company will state in the tweets that there is a limit to the number of people who can respond. Users can find out sooner.

It is believed that this feature can help users decide who can reply to Tweets to avoid abuse and harassment. By restricting the response to a limited group of people, users can have deeper and more focused conversations with the people of their choice without worrying about the trolls entering the conversation.

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