Twitter is launching a new test of its Twitter Explore tab, which displays tweets in full-screen vertical scrolling format. The new feature includes tabs for you, Trending, and TikTok.
Users can still browse the feed and reply, like, and retweet. The new interface looks similar to TikTok, allowing users to swipe between content. Until the full version is launched, the new Explore tab will be available to select users.
Currently, this new feature is only available to selected users in several markets, including India. But when it launches, everyone will be able to use the new Twitter Explore tab.
It will be much like the tikTok video feed, with a “For You” and “Trending” tab. However, users will be able to reply and like tweets as they do today. There’s no word on whether the new Explore tab will affect existing users or create new ones.
Twitter Explore Tab rolled out in a Testing Mode
The new Explore tab was rolled out on December 8th as a test. The new design is similar to the layout of a video app like TikTok. Users will have to swipe up to see more content.
The redesign has already received positive reactions from users, but many users have pointed out that the Explore tab looks more like the TikTok video app. It will require users to swipe up to access fresh content. The new tab is currently available in English in some countries, but not for everyone.
Twitter is also testing a TikTok-style video feed. The new tab is currently available on iOS and Android in some regions, but only in English. It will be available to select users in certain countries.
If you are in one of those regions, you should check out the new Explore tab. If you like this format, try it out. If you like it, let us know what you think. You can help other users by sharing this news.
Twitter Explore Tab- Resembles TikTok Video Feed
Twitter is testing a new tab that looks a lot like the TikTok video feed. Users can apply one-time warnings to photos and videos. This feature will be available in select countries and will be rolled out to English users first.
You can also apply a one-time warning to your photos and videos. This is another way Twitter is testing a new feature. Once the test is complete, it will roll out the new tab to all users.
The new Explore tab looks like the TikTok video-sharing app. It will feature a “Trending” and “For You” tab. The content on these two tabs will be similar, and users will still be able to share, retweet, and like it.
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Twitter Explore Tab Testing Mode- Search Option
In addition, users will be able to search for specific content by typing in keywords. Those searches will be displayed in the Discover tab, but the Explore button will be positioned higher up on the page, which makes it easier to read.
The new Explore tab looks like a TikTok video feed. The tab will also have tabs for “For You” and “Trending.” The Explore tab will also feature a “Trending” tab. It will also feature the ability to reply to content, retweet it, and like it.
The new feature is currently being tested in some countries, primarily India. In addition to the new Explore display, Twitter is testing a new way of presenting content. It will be available on some countries, but only English users.
The Explore tab is currently in the beta stage and will be available in English-speaking countries.
Twitter Explore Tab rolled out in a Testing Mode- Wrap Up
It will feature two tabs: Trending and For you. Unlike the traditional “For You” tab, the “For You” tab will feature a feed of videos and images that you can swipe up and down to see more content.
The tab will also feature links to tweets, videos, and photos. Lastly, you will be able to comment on content that is posted on the Twitter website.
The new Explore tab on Twitter looks like a TikTok-like video feed. It will feature a “For You” tab and “Trending” tab. You can still reply to content, retweet it, and like it.
In addition, you can now view content that you’ve shared with friends and follow them. The Explore tab is currently only available in certain regions. It is also available to English-speaking users in certain regions.
Source- Twitter Feed