You won’t recognize anyone! Twitter will make you a mystery

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Twitter, the popular social media platform, brings its users the ability to hide likes and subscriptions. Here are the details!

Twitter has faced many innovations with Elon Musk at the helm. Today, we see that the platform is on the agenda with a new feature. According to the emerging news, Twitter users will have the ability to hide likes and subscriptions. Well, who will benefit from this feature? Here are the details!

Twitter Blue users will be able to hide their likes or subscriptions

One of the most important developments of recent times has been the Threads application. This platform, which is Instagram’s new application, angered Elon Musk in terms of its resemblance to Twitter. After all these developments, new features started to come to Twitter.

Users who subscribe to Blue for a certain monthly fee on Twitter have many different features compared to other users. The last feature to come is one of them. Today, it was revealed that Twitter Blue subscribers will have the ability to hide their subscriptions and likes.

With this feature, Blue subscribers will have the chance to hide their likes or subscriptions if they wish. The feature to hide likes or subscriptions was revealed with a screenshot shared by a user.

According to the feature, when you enter a user’s profile, it appears that there are no likes in the section with likes. There is no information about how the final version of the feature will be.

Besides all these, Twitter is doing its best not to lose users after the Threads application. In the past days, we stated that the video calling feature will come to Twitter. However, it is a matter of curiosity what other features we will face in the future.

So, what do you think about the Twitter likes hiding feature? Don’t forget to share your opinions with us in the comments section!


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