Do you have an international audience? Then, you surely have received messages and comments from followers around the globe and in many different languages. Twitter makes it easier to understand what your international fans are writing via its Tweetdeck platform.
By right-clicking on a tweet, users get the option “Translate this tweet“, which produces a rough english version of the message. The translation is provided through Bing.
While most of us didn’t know it, it appears that Twitter has been going back and forth regarding the integration with Bing translator. It’s not the first time the social network has embedded this translation service to its platform, but it looks like this time, it’s here to stay.
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