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Twitter Improves Abuse Mute Options

03/01/2017, It has been pointed out time and again that Twitter has an abuse problem. The micro-blogging network has reiterated its resolve multiple times to tackle this problem and over the past few months it has taken some concrete steps to bring this situation...

Twitter Launches Custom Profiles For Customer Service Accounts

02/23/2017, The way customer service reps reply to us online can sometimes be very robotic in nature. This is because most of the time reps are required to follow some kind of script to ensure a consistent customer service experience across the board. While this is...

Twitter’s New Protocol Will Shorten The Reach Of Abusive Accounts

02/16/2017, Twitter has in the past been criticized for being slow to respond to how their platform is being used for abuse by users who troll and cyberbully others. While Twitter has responded and instituted various methods, it is clear that some of their methods...

Twitter Rolls Back Their Newly Launched Anti-Abuse Tool

02/14/2017, So we know that after facing a ton of backlash from its users, Twitter is finally working on making its platform less prone to abuse amongst its users. In fact recently the company announced a new tool that was meant to prevent abuse, but unfortunately it...

Twitter Q4 2016 Results Show Lackluster Revenue Growth

02/09/2017, It hasn’t been smooth sailing for Twitter over the past few quarters. Every quarter investors hope that things will finally look up for the company but it doesn’t turn out to be the case. The company reported its Q4 2016 financial results...

Twitter Will Now Filter Abusive Replies

02/07/2017, Twitter acknowledged last week that it hadn’t done enough to tackle the abuse problem on its platform and promised to put forward a “completely new approach to abuse on Twitter.” It’s rolling out new steps today in order to curb...

Twitter Admits They Didn’t Move Fast Enough To Curb Abuse

01/31/2017, While social media platforms are a great way to keep in touch with friends and family and share your thoughts and ideas with the world, the fact that it is public also means that it leaves itself open to abuse from strangers. We have seen on more than one...

Twitter Aims For Simplicity By Replacing Moments With Explore

01/26/2017, Twitter today announced that it’s replacing the Moments feature which enabled users to create a storyboard by compiling tweets. Moments is losing its prime placement in the Twitter app to a new section called Explore. Twitter has created Explore as...

Twitter Will Live Stream More Red Carpet Pre-Shows This Year

01/23/2017, Twitter is hard at work inking new deals that help it establish itself as a major player in the live streaming market. We’ve already seen the company live stream sporting events, presidential debates, red carpet pre-shows, and more. It has confirmed...

National Park Service Banned From Using Twitter

01/22/2017, The inauguration of President Donald J. Trump appears to have not gone down well with employees of at least one branch of the government. The National Park Service is a government agency that’s tasked with managing all of the national parks in the...

Twitter Apparently Not Allowing Users To Unfollow @POTUS

01/20/2017, Now that Barack Obama is no longer the President of the United States, it also means that his Twitter account @POTUS no longer belongs to him, but instead it now belongs to newly installed US President Donald Trump. Since not everyone agrees with...

Live Stream Donald Trump Inauguration On Twitter

01/12/2017, In just about a week from now, President-elect Donald Trump will attend his inauguration ceremony to officially take over the top job in the country from outgoing President Barack Obama. Millions of people have historically flocked to the inauguration...

Vine Shut Down Date Is January 17th

01/05/2017, Twitter confirmed a couple of months ago that it was killing Vine. The service has been around for a couple of years and while it enjoyed popularity in the beginning, people started to lose interest in the app once better versions of its features were...