Twitter adds threaded replies to iOS to make it easier to see ongoing conversations

Twitter introduced a subtle design change to its iOS app today which will go a great distance in each making conversations easier to parse and to be a part of. The change, which appears to be like like it’s a change on Twitter’s finish that doesn’t require an replace, is to the threading function within the Twitter timeline, which presently does a poor job of differentiating between commonplace tweets and replies.

The replace now attracts a concrete line between a dad or mum tweet and the replies, with the replies indented barely and linked by the collection of vertical and horizontal traces. It makes a Twitter dialog look successfully like thread of linked notes. The function was first demoed within the firm’s experimental twttr beta app back in spring of last year. It solely shows these threads for replies from individuals you comply with, so that you received’t have your timeline inundated with tweets from random individuals you don’t know.

Twitter says this “new layout makes it easier to see who’s replying to who so you can join in on relevant conversations,” making clear the corporate hopes the change will encourage customers to reply to tweets and take part on conversations extra typically somewhat than simply skimming the timeline.

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