twitter Started testing Circle It was a limited group earlier this month and now seems to be starting to expand to more users (via) Android police).This feature works as follows Instagram best friendTo allow users to send tweets to a specific group of people instead of the entire Twitter.
To see if you can access Twitter Circle, please update the Twitter app or access Twitter in your web browser. When you start composing a tweet, you’ll see a drop-down menu at the top that looks like this: Everyone..From here you can choose Twitter Circle You can limit your tweets to a specific audience or hit them edit Add or remove users to the circle. If you add or remove a user, Twitter will not notify you.
You can add up to 150 users to your circle, whether you follow them or not. Users in the circle will see the notes added to the circle-only tweets (and vice versa).[yourusername]Twitter circles can see this tweet. Tweets to a circle are like having a private account, but instead of restricting access to your entire profile, you keep certain tweets private.
Users in the circle cannot retweet what you post, but you can take screenshots and download your tweets. It’s important to remember that Twitter’s community guidelines continue to apply, even if you send tweets to a small audience.
It seems that more users are getting access to this feature, but Twitter spokeswoman Joseph Nunez said: The Verge Still under test. “We are currently testing Twitter Circle with groups of people around the world on iOS, Android and the Web,” said Nunes. “We continue to collect feedback, so this feature is not yet widely available to everyone.”
Currently, the number of people who can access Circle is unknown.Looks like more user When they start composing tweets (including myself), I’m finally seeing the feature pop up, However Some users I’m reporting that I can’t access it yet.
Updated to ET at 5:27 pm on May 28: We’ve added a statement from a Twitter spokesperson and updated it to reflect that Circle hasn’t been published to everyone yet.