Out-of-context Twitter accounts keep your favorite shows alive online

The joy of Parks and Recreation will never leave me, not even in the dark corners of Twitter. It’s a strange yet reaffirming thought for me and the other 166,000 people who follow the “out of context parks” account. As its name suggests, the account takes scenes from the beloved NBC comedy and posts them […]

TwitSnap? Twitter launches new camera feature to demote text

Twitter is rolling out the redesign to its camera feature TechCrunch reported on a month ago that’s designed to let you capture photos, videos and live footage and connect them to global conversations. Starting today, when you swipe left from the Twitter timeline, you’ll get the new camera that’s no longer buried in the tweet […]

Twitter confirms a new ‘Subscribe to Conversation’ feature for following tweets of interest

In addition to testing out a new format for conversations within a prototype app called twttr and other features like a “Hide Tweet” button, Twitter today confirmed it’s also developing a feature that would allow users to subscribe to individual conversations taking place on its platform. The new option was first spotted by Jane Wong, […]

Where Do Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn Stand With B2B Video?

Modern B2B marketers understand that the key to an effective digital content strategy is meeting customers where they’re at, and giving them what they want. With this in mind, the appeal of social media videos only makes sense. We know that billions of people are on social networks, and we know (or at least research […]

Twitter launches its first podcast, ‘Character Count,’ focused on its ad business

Twitter today is joining the podcasting arena. This morning, the social network is launching its first-ever podcast series with a new show focused on Twitter’s advertising business, which it’s calling “Character Count.” The company says, for now, it’s testing the waters with five already-produced episodes of around 25 to 30 minutes in length. It plans […]

Guide for Changing your Twitter Password

You must be thinking that no one can access your account without your permission. But hackers are getting smarter day by day. Change the password by going to the account settings. If you have forgotten your password then reset your password. Here’s how you can change and recent your Twitter password. With the help of […]

Twitter debuts new analytics tools for publishers focused on improving video engagement

In January at CES 2019 in Las Vegas, Twitter announced that it was developing new tools that would make it easier for publishers to better understand what sort of content is resonating with their readers. Through a new analytics dashboard, publishers would be able to see who’s engaging with content and when, and what’s performing […]

Twitter looks to let you hide replies to your tweets

Twitter has been hiding replies from what it deems to be suspect or troll accounts for a little while now. It’s a neat feature to help filter out questionable replies (or that reply guy), and now Twitter is looking to expand on it, essentially creating a way to moderate your replies. SEE ALSO: Dr. Bronner’s […]

Twitter confirms it’s working on a ‘Hide Tweet’ feature

Twitter today confirmed it’s developing a new “Hide Tweet” feature, which it says will give users another option to protect their conversations. The option, spotted in Twitter’s code, is available from a list of moderation choices that appear when you click the “Share” button on a tweet — a button whose icon has also been […]

This Twitter thread of dads texting the bare minimum will make you say ‘OK’

Dads are not known for being prolific texters. While there are exceptions to the rule, we suspect that all dads have, at some point, received secret instructions to only respond with “OK.” Now, this phenomenon has been immortalized in an extremely good Twitter thread. It was started by user @zenuhhh, who tweeted her text history […]