In an attempt to make user experiences improved on Twitter, the micro-blogging platform has calmed the regulations for user service DMs (Direct Messages) and rolled out a new function that makes certain companies can always answer to the user DMs.
“We have rolled out functions that permit users to more simply begin a private chat with companies such as the Direct Message Card and Direct Message deep link. We have also made it simpler for users to swiftly engage with quick replies and welcome messages,” the firm claimed this week in a blog post.
“We are keyed up to roll out adaptive rate limits, a new function for developers conveying Direct Messages via our API,” the firm claimed. Adaptive rate limits assist to make sure that companies can always answer to users who personally text them, even when inbound amounts are high.
The alteration indicates that for each message you convey to a firm via DM, they can convey back you 5 answers within 24 hours. If you send them one more text, then that number resets, indicating that you can hypothetically converse forever, if you wish to, as per the media.
Earlier, Twitter declared that it is stooping support for its devoted desktop application for Mac and that it has pulled it from the company’s App Store and from the web. “We’re focusing our efforts on a great Twitter experience that’s consistent across platforms. So, starting today the Twitter for Mac app will no longer be available for download,” @TwitterSupport tweeted late last week.
Support for Mac from Twitter will also conclude in 30 Days, the micro-blogging platform claimed. This indicates that consumers will have to use the services such as Tweetdeck or website or 3rd-party apps. The app, prior to Twitter removed it, had a standard consumer rating of 1.7 out of 5 on the Apple App Store.