Twitter confirmed that it is “exploring” a new feature that would allow two accounts to co-author a single tweet. Take Crunch Reports. App researcher Alessandro Palozzi publishes evidence of the feature’s development Since at least Decemberbut recently discovered what appears to be a file Twitter’s official dialog About how collaborations across Tweets can work.
The co-author feature will not be an extension of Twitter, as rival Instagram has I’ve shown something similar since 2021. There are many reasons why two accounts might want their names attached to a single post, ranging from brand partnerships, influencer campaigns, or even just sharing credit for a funny post.
According to the screenshots posted by Paluzzi, you will only be able to invite public accounts that follow you to co-compose a tweet, and they will have to accept your invitation. Hopefully, there is some mechanism in place to prevent popular accounts from being repeatedly subjected to spammy tweet requests. Once posted, collaborative tweets are shared with followers from both accounts, and Both incarnations It will appear in the top right of the post.
There is no word on when Twitter might post collaborative tweets, or if it will take them out of development. But given that at least one of Twitter’s competitors already offers such a feature, it seems likely that Twitter will want to follow suit.
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