Compared to other social networking sites like Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp, Twitter has a few subtle differences. By clicking on the status badge, you may now see the material that other public poster have uploaded. Currently, Twitter is giving us a tiny bit of Facebook back as Facebook strives to resemble TikTok.
Twitter status updates now include mood-based labelling, similar to old MySpace moods. These statuses include “Spoiler alert,” “Shower thoughts,” “Picture of the day,” and, for some reason, the immensely repeated “Current status.”
These statuses are exclusive to that specific tweet alone and are shown alongside an accompanying emoji next to a tweeter’s name. By clicking on the status badge, you may see the material that other public poster have uploaded. However, it doesn’t seem that these connected topics are moderated—at least not while the technology is first being tested.
App researcher Jane Manchun Wong earlier found the in-development functionality in Twitter’s source code. At the time, users could add Statuses to either a tweet or their whole profile, but it appears that users may only do so in this most recent test. When you click a status, you may see additional tweets that use the same phrases.