Everyday we read about a new experiment that Twitter is working on. Today, the social network started rolling out (albeit selectively) in-tweet analytics that show in greater detail how well your tweets perform.
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This new feature was first spotted by The Verge. Just below your tweet, you usually get the number of favourites and retweets they received. Right now, some users see a ‘View Analytics Details’ option, which, when tapped, retrieves statistics from the Twitter Analytics platform.
Twitter Analytics opened for public access earlier this year and it has been met with great success. It just remains to see whether this new experiment will actually become available for all users or stay in obscurity forever.
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