Twitter for iOS has now come up with a very practical feature, letting users access much easier the comments that were added to retweets of their posts.
The new feature organizes all the retweets with comments into a handy list, which can be accessed by typing on a tweet and then tap on the word “Retweets.” From there two columns of retweets will appear, a “quote tweet” and a list of retweets without any comments. The company has posted a video for guidance, showing the new feature in action.
Quote tweets are already visible by copying and paste a tweet’s URL into Twitter’s search box. But today’s feature makes it much easier to see all retweets with comments in a single section.
The solution will probably become popular with those users who see a lot of engagement on their tweets. There’s no mention about when the Android version will arrive, but we can expect it pretty soon.
The microblogging platform is also testing a feature that encourages users to reword a potentially offensive reply before posting it, as a chance to review their potentially harmful words before getting it out there.