Twitter testing new features to address the disturbing tweets




Twitter testing new features to address the disturbing tweets

Alluded CEO of Twitter, Dick Costolo to many new features that will bring the platform soon, including those that will address what is known as “e-bullying” Cyberbullying, as well as better ways to filter the podium of annoying tweets during live events.

Twitter will order that the application of what is known as its own DVR Mode, this came during an interview Costolo today in the Technical Innovation Center at the Brookings Institution Brookings, where he pointed out that the company is working to address this phenomenon, but faced the challenges of finding appropriate solutions to Pthadjimha.

He said Costolo The site Twitter today boasts more than 200 million active users per month, including celebrities, athletes, politicians and others who he described as VIT It symbolizes a shortcut to the Very Important Tweeters “Amordon worthies too,” where is the site witnessed a dramatic increase in the use of this class of Amordan him .

The Costolo to Twitter the advantage of being platform that allows users to publish Ngredathm in secrecy, but this was the cause of problems for some, where that allowing some to express their political views in confidence led to other problems, and added that the company would re-organize tabs “continue” to clean it of annoying notices and refined.

He spoke Costolo about the challenge facing the site during the transfer of live events, as it is in addition to the problem of stop site for work at any moment, facing now the problem is reflected in the ability to track and monitor every moment of the event, which runs login to improve it.

To address what it launched Twitter “jamming signal” during live events, the company is currently working on testing tool designed to maintain “the roar of the masses” At the same time highlighting the most important points and moments for these events.

It is noteworthy that this feature, which came, according to experts, after that Twitter has acquired social TV analysis service Bluefin Labs, are still under trial.
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