As reported from The VergeTwitter may be ready to integrate a feature we already knew but haven’t seen in a long time. We are talking about status updates, a feature that will allow us to see all kinds of information about our contacts. These states ranged from their most recent thoughts, the music they listened to, and even some videos.
It now looks like this feature is under development at the Twitter offices. In the above source’s report, we can confirm that social media user and reverse engineering researcher Manchun Wong was the first to see this feature. Apparently, it is created under the code name “Vibe”..
Wong already has good experience in anticipating future social platform updates. Based on the screenshots you uploaded to your bill from Twitter; in The option can be activated using the button labeled “Set status‘ (“Set state”).
On the image we can see a list with predefined phrases and situations. Among them are “Eating delicious ramen”, “Shopping for groceries”, “Wandering on Twitter” and a few more. It is currently unknown if this feature will allow you to set custom statuses, however it looks like we will be able to limit who can see it.
This feature not only reminds us of BlackBerry Messenger, but also brings air to the feelings/actions we find on Facebook. This feature allows us to do something similar: set how we feel about something; and what we are doing at the moment.
New Twitter “Vibes”
Wong notes that statuses will be visible between the username and bio. The indicator will show what we are doing, listening or in a conference. The Verge uploaded a screenshot which shows what this function would look like.
Certainly, This is a feature that is in testing period. This means that at the moment there are both possibilities that it will see the light of day, and that it will not. Also, if it goes live, Twitter still has a lot to clarify about how it works.
The company also recently talked about the arrival of an edit button on its platform, news you must have seen by now. Except, Elon Musk announced his intention to buy Twitterso lately things have been moving within the company.
Source: Hiper Textual