Replay / count. Alexandria Ocasio-CortezAlexandria Ocasio-Cortez, disingenuous Democrats return with divisions The Hill’s Morning Report – submitted by the United Arab Emirates – The United States records 1 million COVID-19 cases in a week; Governors attack Democrats looking to polish the message after the Senate setback further (DN.Y.) Tweet Tuesday She is nervous about the new Twitter “fleets” feature It allows users to post tweets or videos that disappear after 24 hours, adding to the wave of criticism from users that the feature mimics too much of those on other platforms.
“Is the Fleets thing straining anyone else?” I wrote a congressman. “Just like I use Twitter to get away from IG stories, don’t make her follow me on every platform to remind me that I don’t have makeup on.”
“Can we at least put the circuit bar at the bottom? (I’m clearly at the stage of negotiating this),” she added.
Can we at least put the circuit bar on the bottom? (I am clearly at the stage of negotiating this)
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (AOC) November 17, 2020
New feature, It took off on Twitter Tuesday, It now creates a bar above the feed of Twitter users where they can see other people’s tweets and temporary videos.
“Here’s what you can do. You can write some text. Share a tweet. Record a video. Or post a picture.” “They are living for 24 hours,” the social media site explained in a video on Tuesday.
Posts, which are so called ‘casual’ in nature, cannot be retweeted, liked, or generally responded to.
Instagram, Snapchat, and Facebook all have similar features where people can add to their “stories”, where they stay before they vanish the next day.
Other Twitter users on Tuesday noticed similarities between posts on other social media platforms, with some arguing that Twitter should have instead created a job for people to edit previous tweets.
Bradley Gilber (@BradleyGelber) November 17, 2020
So Fleets = Stories = Snapchat = I have a headache. pic.twitter.com/LvNxecXKc5
– Adina Jones (@adena_andrews) November 17, 2020
Know What I Want For Christmas: Edit Post on Twitter! pic.twitter.com/zFxnUea1vG
Jonathan Capehart (@ CapehartJ) November 11, 2020
After the feature’s initial announcement earlier this year, some users expressed concerns about how politicians and other government officials would be held accountable if they were using the temporary job, including whether they would Sharing wrong information with followers.
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