Twitter testing quote tweet counts, previously generally known as retweets with feedback

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In a transfer that will perpetually change what it means to be ratio’d, Twitter is testing some new language on tweet metrics, making quotes (often known as retweets with feedback) seen on every tweet, the corporate confirmed Saturday.

“Just a few months in the past, we’ve made Retweets with Feedback extra seen while you faucet to see Retweets on a Tweet,” a Twitter spokesperson wrote in an electronic mail to The Verge. “That is obtainable to everybody. Now, we’re testing making Retweets with Feedback accessible straight on the Tweet and new language (Quotes) to see if this makes them simpler to entry and extra comprehensible.”

A Verge reader tipped us to the characteristic’s new title, which lists the variety of instances a tweet is quoted alongside likes and retweets:


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