Twitter has just introduced a brand new Stories-like feature called Fleets. I'll show you how you can block them from appearing in your feed one-by-one. This may resemble the stories and type of stuff people post on Instagram stories where people only post stuff for the basic objective of engaging themselves with other people and can post content that is not worthy to be framed and put on their walls of social media.
"If you don't have the feature yet, you may not get it for a few more days".
Therefore Twitter suggested "Fleets" as a better feature which allows users to share Tweets which disappears just like Stories feature in Instagram and Facebook, WhatsApp is also modifying the same feature which is expected shortly. If Fleets are supposed to be a new kind of disappearing tweet, being able to screenshot them would defeat this whole point, right?
Photo Illustration by Mateusz Slodkowski/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty ImagesCan you screenshot Fleets?
And while users criticized Fleets, a story feature nearly identical to what's available on Instagram, Facebook, Snapchat, LinkedIn, and others, those same users started using the feature nearly immediately.
"We are excited to bring the Fleets experiment to India and make it one of the first three countries in the world to experience this new product".
Sundar said that in addition to this phenomenon, users who are used to an established platform usually rebel when there is a big change to what they are used to, even if it looks like a feature that the person is already using on another platform. Some Twitter users were able to send Fleets to people whose direct messages were closed. Click on your own profile photo on the left- hand side to create your own "Fleet".
Each of these options allows you to customize your Fleet in different ways before sharing it.
Tap on the Mute @ account name at the bottom of the screen. Now tap 'Share in Fleet.' Then, you can add text or emojis.
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