Twitter needs your help! That’s why it’s launched twittr, a new prototype application. Here’s how to apply to try it.
Even Jack Dorsey knows that it’s hard sometimes to follow conversations on his platform, so this week Twitter has announced that it wants to make it “easier for users to read, understand, and join conversations” on its platform. But it needs help from users to do so. Twitter would “love to know what you think.”
So, in a Tweet earlier this week, Twitter announced the launch of a new prototype app called twittr, asking users if they “Want to help us build some new Twitter features?”
Want to help us build some new Twitter features?
We want it to be easier to read, understand, and join conversations — and we’d love to know what you think.
Sign up to be one of the first to try out our new prototype app, twttr. #LetsHaveAConvo
— Twitter Support (@TwitterSupport) February 20, 2019
To be the first to try it and “see what [Twitter’s] working on and share your feedback,” you will have to apply to its Twitter Prototype Program at survey.twitterfeedback.com.
After you apply, Twitter will send you an email with “an update on your application status.” within the next few weeks.
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