Twitter Testing New ‘Safety Mode’ Feature

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The latest announcement from Micro-blogging site Twitter on Thursday that a new feature is testing by them which is called safety mode and the proposes of this is to decrease disruptive interactions.

Safety Mode is functionality that temporarily obstructs accounts for 7 days for managing potentially bad language — such as abuses or hateful remarks — or sending repetitive and unwanted replies or mentions.

“As the feature is shifted on in your Settings, our systems will assess the possibility of a morose engagement by viewing both the tweet’s content and the connection between the tweet author and replier,” the company said in a report.

The current links takes by technology into the account so that which accounts follow or interact by you regularly, will not be auto blocked,’ added.

The statement from the company that it is rolling out this safety feature to a small feedback group on iOS, Android and, starting with accounts that have English-language settings enabled.

Safety Mode can be enabled through Privacy and safety under Settings for those in the feedback group.

Via our technology if any authors’ tweets detected to be bad/abuses or unwanted so will be auto-blocked means they will be incapable to follow your accounts temporarily, view your tweets or send any message you directly.

Users can get a report about the tweets flagged through Safety Mode and see the details of temporarily blocked accounts at any time. Before each Safety Mode period ends, users will get a message recapping this information.

The company statement “How safety mode is working and incorporate amendments will be recognize by us and adjustments before bringing it to everyone on Twitter,”

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