Twitter Now Allows Users to Mention Accounts Which Are Being Impersonated

Matt Navarra, a social and digital media consultant, reports this new Twitter update, with which one would have the option to give the @ name of the user, who is believed to be impersonated on the social medium.

With this new feature, when a user reports an account for impersonating another person, the platform would ask if the reporter if he/ she has knowledge about the victim's real Twitter account, and his/ her username. The user may or may not share that information, depending on his/ her knowledge.

This new step has been appreciate by users, who regard it as a "much needed update".

Twitter now asks you to input which Twitter handle is impersonating when reporting it

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