Twitter Product Announcements In September – In Case You Missed It

Twitter keeps getting better and better! September was another month for some major product announcements made to enhance the microblogging and social networking service. Here is a recap of the announcements over the past month:  

Product News

September 1: Twitter introduces Super Follows

Twitter is testing Super Follows in the US and Canada, which allows you to subscribe to your favourite creators on Twitter for access to a whole new world of Tweets. 

You can find the blog here.

Sep 7: Edge to edge Tweet

Now testing on iOS: Edge to edge Tweets that span the width of the timeline so your photos, GIFs, and videos can have more room to shine.

Remove Followers, without blocking

Sep 7: Twitter is making it easier to be the curator of your own followers list. Now testing on the web, you can remove a follower without blocking them.

Sep 9: Twitter launches Communities

Twitter is testing Communities, a way to easily find and connect with people who want to talk about the same things you do.

You can find the Tweet thread here and blog here.

Sep 14: Ticketed Spaces

All approved Spaces Hosts can now set ticket prices & audience size for Spaces.

Sep 22: Twitter rolls out Updates

Over the next two months, Twitter will be rolling out updates to the way they show your Tweets so they don’t disappear.

You can find more here.

Sep 23: Tips launched with more payment options

Tips is now rolling out to everyone (18+) on iOS.

You can find the blog here.

Health News

Sep 1: Twitter introduces ‘Safety Mode’

Twitter introduces Safety Mode. A new way to limit unwelcome interactions on Twitter.

You can find the Tweet thread here and blog here.

Sep 9: #GoodBots

Twitter is making it easier to identify #GoodBots and their automated Tweets with new labels. They are testing these labels to give you more context about who you’re interacting with on Twitter.

Sept 24: Filter and Limit

Twitter is exploring new controls called “Filter” and “Limit” that could help you keep potentially harmful content — and people who might create that content — away from your replies.

@Twitter remains your official source for what’s happening!

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