Twitter’s new feature now lets users on iOS see all retweets with comments – all in one place.
Have you ever wondered what other users say when they retweet your content? Well, Twitter will now help you find out, with the official release of a new feature that allows users to see how many people have retweeted a tweet with a comment. The new feature was announced earlier this week.
“Retweets with Comments” organizes all retweets with comments in one easily accessible list. You can access it by tapping on a tweet and then tapping on “Retweets.” There you will see all retweets broken out into two columns: one with a list of retweets with comments (a.k.a. “quote tweets”) and one with all retweets with no comment.
The catch? It’s currently only available on Twitter for iOS for the time being but a Twitter spokesperson told us that the new feature is coming to Android and the web in the coming weeks.
Don’t miss the Tweets about your Tweet.
Now on iOS, you can see Retweets with comments all in one place. pic.twitter.com/oanjZfzC6y
— Twitter (@Twitter) May 12, 2020
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