Stressed about missing all the action happening on Twitter because lack of time doesn’t allow you to keep up with the social media platform? The ones affected by this, can lay back and relax, as Twitter has found a way to inform them about everything that happened in their absence.
The social media users can be split in two kinds: the ones who blast their social page with what they fell, think or do every day and the ones who don’t really have the time to spent on social media, and are not updated on what’s happening in the virtual world.
Twitter has come up with a feature that will keep you up dated with all the important tweets that were posted while you were to busy with real life and work.
Since Twitter works with real time online social interactions, it is understandable that a lot can happen even in a hour. For this reason Twitter came up with a new feature called ”Recap” and as the name suggests, it will gather all the important information that went on while you were stuck in the real world. Its main goal is to organize all the most meaningful and interesting tweets for people to read later.
The brand new Twitter feature is based on an algorithm that will create a data base of everything important that was tweeted during your virtual absence.
A lot of things can happen on Twitter while someone is away. In order for people not to miss a single thing Twitter will gather all the relevant tweets that otherwise you would have missed, due to lack of time and different engagements, stated the Twitter official announcement.
This features should have a great impact on those who are using Twitter less often. Frequent users, who are checking tweets several times a day, might not even notice the new feature. But for the group of people who are following up with the social media platform, once a day, or at larger intervals of time along the day, the feature will turn out to be very convenient.
For the moment, the new feature of the app is only available for the iOS users, but Twitter promised that they will soon be expanding to Android too.
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