Twitter Expanding “Safety Mode” Feature to More Users

The world’s leading micro-blogging platform is expanding the new “Safety Mode” feature to more users after several months of beta testing since September 2021.

Today, Twitter Support has officially announced in a tweet that “Safety Mode,” which is a new way to limit unwelcome interactions on the platform, is now available to people in several English-speaking countries.

Remember when we began testing a new feature called Safety Mode? After months of feedback from beta users, we’re excited to expand this to some of you in several new English-speaking markets to gain more feedback and insights.

Sometimes, tweet replies lead to dogpiling and harassment and that’s the company has released a new feature that allows you to Autoblock spammy or abusive replies so that you can back to your important and useful conversation.

The micro-blogging social networking platform had started testing the new “Safety Mode” earlier in September 2021 for beta testers and now, started releasing publicly in a number of foreign countries and regions on Android and iOS to get feedback from more Twitter users.

Twitter is also working on the development of more options for playback speed in videos and voice tweets as well as new Twitter Articles to write long-form texts.

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