Twitter To Remove Retweet Count And Public Like In New Update

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Twitter is currently testing new changes to its app which will feature the removal of retweet counts and public like which might affect influencers a lot.

The new change will be such that only users will be able to see their own circulation data. Also, one has to tap before seeing the like, retweet, and reply options.

On the aspect of conversations, they are presented in a more thread-like style, and are differentiated with more distinct bubbles around each tweet.When someone branches off into a new conversation in a thread, the new indented responses makes it clear to identify.

Conversations are also color-coded so as to distinguish post originators’ comments from replies and replies from people you follow and also from those you don’t.

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