Posting tweetstorms has been manufactured easier with Twitter's new Threads feature

Twitter announced the latest Threads feature within the mobile app for iPhone and iPad, rendering it simpler to publish so-called tweetstorms into the micro-blogging service.

Threads may be a feature designed as \”a nod to your creativity of the community.\”

A number of years ago we noticed people creatively stitching tweets together to share with you more details or tell a extended story C similar to this. We were treated to needless to say (which we call \”threading\”) for an innovative option to present a train of thought, derived from connected but individual elements.

Tweetstorm, in a nutshell, can be a hack of sorts that your Twitter community has created so that you are able to serialize a lengthier story or thought on the service, provide ongoing commentary on an event or topic plus more.

The concern is, this tweeting method, though effective, is kind of tricky to create. Making matters worse, reading or discovering many of the tweets within a tweetstorm can be tough.

We\’re introducing a less arduous approach to Tweet a thread! ?

— Twitter (@Twitter) December 12, 2017

To begin to do Threads, begin a new tweet in the official Twitter mobile app.

If your feelings cannot slot in 280 characters, simply tap a new plus button at the bottom in the interface without posting the 1st tweet. Completing this task include a different tweet on the thread.

You may add several tweets to some thread as you’d like and add them in one opt for a tap of the Tweet All button so they really appear one by one in people’s timelines.

Spotting a thread is simplified, too, with \”Show this thread\” label.

This update to threads might be rolling out on the next weeks, to help you to easily connect and Tweet multiple thoughts at one time.

— Twitter (@Twitter) December 12, 2017

Threads can be a staggered rollout so few people can get this feature for the same time-Twitter is rolling Threads out to everyone on iOS, Android and inside coming weeks.

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