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Facebook is planing to add a Twitter-like experience to its App

New Delhi, [wpdts-date-time], Facebook is testing a new feature on its site that is akin to Twitter’s Thread. The company is currently testing it on the pages of a few public figures. Which will provide users with the function of connecting historical postings linked to any given topic. This feature, however, is already in use on Twitter.

How does Thread function?

Because it is not always possible to provide all of the information in a single post, users may publish many posts. The thread feature makes it possible to connect numerous such posts.

“When a new post appears on followers’ news feeds, it will be displayed as being related to another post in a thread,” according to the article.

Matt Navarra, a social media expert, was the first to notice the function. Facebook is testing this feature on its site with a select group of “public figures.”

Thread posts will include a “View Post Thread” button that will allow followers to simply access all posts in the thread. According to the source, when you tap on the button, you will be shown that you can see all of the thread postings at once.

Facebook has also unveiled a set of publishing and subscription tools called Bulletins to help creators in the United States, with the goal of promoting independent writers. The bulletin, according to the tech titan, would focus on content production, revenue, and audience expansion.

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