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This is how Twitter notifies you when an inserted “tweet” has been changed

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MADRID, Aug 3 (Portaltic/EP) –

The ability to edit a post in Twitter It will also reach the “tweets” inserted on a website or blog, indicating if they have been modified and when the last modification was registered.

An embedded “tweet” is a social network post shared on an external website that can contain various types of content, be it an image or a video.

The social network confirmed in early April that it was working on an edit tweet button, an option requested by many of the social network’s users that is expected to arrive in the coming months.

Now the reverse engineering expert Jane Manchun Wong has shared on his Twitter profile a shot showing what the inserted “tweets” that have been modified will look like.

This way, a tweet that has been edited after being embedded on a specific website will still show its original appearance, but next contains a link to your new version.


Therefore, edited embedded tweets show the phrase “There is a new version of this tweet” and offer users the option to access that change by clicking on the original to read the new text.

In the event that the user inserts a “tweet” previously edited on a blog or website, Yes, the modified post will be displayed from the first momentbut it is displayed next to the last modified date and time.


Source europapress.es

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