Twitter has an abuse problem and the company has come up with various ways to deal with it, but sometimes what the company says and proposes has not always been met favorably. So much so that Twitter and its CEO Jack Dorsey have decided that perhaps the best way would be to ask what people actually want.

In a post on its blog, Twitter writes that they are putting up a proposal form online where users will be able to submit their ideas to the platform. “We don’t have all of the answers and cannot do this alone, but know that the outcome will be stronger when we look to experts around the world for counsel and support. If you’re interested in helping us define what health means for Twitter and how we should approach measuring it, please submit your proposal through the form below by Friday, April 13.”

Dorsey adds in his post on Twitter, “We simply can’t and don’t want to do this alone. So we’re seeking help by opening up an RFP process to cast the widest net possible for great ideas and implementations. This will take time, and we’re committed to providing all the necessary resources.”

For those who are interested in helping Twitter come up with potential ways to curb online abuse on its platform, head on over to their blog where you will be able to find the form to fill up. Successful applicants will be contacted by the company where they could be given a grant to help fund their research.

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