Twitter has enabled a tool called Twitter Circle for all users, allowing them to tweet to up to 150 followers without guilt.
We’ve all wanted to share something that only a few others will understand, like a private joke between you and your lover. Since May, Twitter has been testing Circle.
While Elon Musk tries to get out of his plan to buy Twitter, the team is looking for methods to make tweeting easier.
Creating a Twitter Circle is a breeze, and it’s gradually making its way to all users on Android and iOS. When composing a tweet, selecting the ‘Everyone’ option allows you to include everyone in the conversation, regardless of whether they follow you or not.
If you haven’t seen the Circle option yet, it will appear, and you can begin inviting your exclusive group of friends to access your secret content.
I can tell I’ll be making frequent use of this function. I’ve been known to fill my followers’ Twitter feeds with random information about Sonic, the Simpsons, and the Spice Girls, regardless of whether or not they’re interested in reading about these topics. In any case, I may use them all on a certain population now.
Did you know that before Geri “Ginger Spice” Halliwell quit the group in 1999, the Spice Girls planned to release a live album featuring both old and new songs? You should soon find out that and much more by joining my Twitter Circle now that you know.