Twitter will allow you to change who can reply to a tweet after you post it
Twitter is carrying out the capacity to allow you to change who can reply to a tweet after you have posted it, the organization reported Tuesday. You could as of now limit who replied to your tweets because of a feature rolled out generally in August, yet you needed to set that inclination while writing the tweet — with this update, you can change who can answer sometime in the not too distant future, which could be a useful method to reduce harassment. The feature will be accessible globally on iOS, Android, and the web.
To change who can reply, click or tap the three-dab menu on a tweet and search for the choice in the menu that shows up. You can create it with the goal that everybody can reply, just individuals you follow can answer, or just individuals you mention in your tweet can reply.
The feature is the most recent illustration of how Twitter is attempting to give clients more control over who can interface with what they post. On July first, Twitter flaunted a few thoughts it’s thinking about that would give clients further control, like the capacity to tweet to “Trusted Friends,” and an approach to tweet from various “facets” of your online character, for example, your work self and your joke-y self.