Twitter Launches its Groups: Communities

Twitter Launches its Groups: Communities

Twitter is launching its "Communities" similar to Facebook's groups. Want to know more details? Keep reading!

Twitter is launching its "Communities" similar to Facebook's groups. Want to know more details? Keep reading!

Twitter, the most famous microblogging network in the world, is redoubling its commitment to launching updates according to the needs of its users, from "Spaces" to the now-defunct "Fleets".

Twitter, the most famous microblogging network in the world, is redoubling its commitment to launching updates according to the needs of its users, from "Spaces" to the now-defunct "Fleets".

Now, the company announced the creation of the "Communities" function, a space dedicated to people who share the same interest so that they can interact with each other, in the style of the popular groups of its competitor Facebook and even Reddit.

In a blog post, the California company detailed that the option is now available on a trial basis and with a limited number of interests, which include "Dogs", "Astrology", "Skin Care" and "Sports Shoes. ".

Also, he described that only certain users will be able to create Communities and that more categories will be added in the coming months. The firm did not reveal the number of users who will have access to create Communities in this first stage, but any user will be able to participate in a group if they are invited.

Each community will have a moderator who can create internal rules and set the tone for future conversations, such as limiting the discussion of certain topics that are not related to the cause for which the group members were added.

In a blog post, the California company detailed that the option is now available on a trial basis and with a limited number of interests, which include "Dogs", "Astrology", "Skin Care" and "Sports Shoes. ".

When a member of a community, who has been previously invited by the moderator or someone who is already part of it, sends a message to the group, all other members will receive it, regardless of whether or not they follow the sender of the tweet.

Tweets will be public and visible to everyone on the community page, but only members will be able to reply, like, or retweet. Also, people must be invited to join by a moderator or other member to participate.

"Some of the initial Communities that we are testing revolve around popular conversations on Twitter," David Regan, product manager for the Bluebird firm, said in the post.

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