Twitter Adds A Button To Let Users See Quoted Retweets

The best content available on Twitter can always be found in “Retweets with a comment” and if you agree to what we have just said then the company is giving its users a much-needed favor in the form a new feature that will now let users see all the Retweets with a comment all by clicking on one button.

Time to see more underrated “Bomboclaat” memes!

The update was first revealed by the Twitter product lead Kayvon Beykpour on Wednesday via a tweet and much like all of us, a BTS fan @jinepiphany couldn’t help sharing it after which the feature became viral. However, Beykpour also said that for now, the feature is in the testing phase which means that its success will depend on the users.

Twitter said that all of the users will soon have access to the feature but a lot of them haven’t been able to see the amazing concept on their profiles as of now. We are hopeful that it will be activated for all of Twitter’s users in the upcoming few days.

Prior to this invention, people used to tag @QuotedReplies in order to see what others had said in a posts’ retweets. As a response to that, the account used to show easy links of pre-filled Twitter search results. But as the service was still unknown to many users and was kind of hindrance in increasing engagement on the platform, the new feature is expected to take over it completely.

Does the idea of easily seeing “Retweets with comments” just with one button excite you? Let us know in the comments section below!

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