After becoming famous on Instagram and Snapchat, micro-blogging website popularly known as Twitter made similar feature named Moments feature which is available to everyone in India. This feature started with “influencers, partners, and brands” which appears as a separate tab on a user’s profile and helps them to keep a track of stories and breaking news by curating related content and by following people of same interest.
On this Friday, Twitter India stated that “While people were able to view Moments from select partners before, they can now make and share Moments and tell their own story. People can simply visit the Explore tab on Twitter or Twitter Lite, where they will discover stories unfolding on Twitter every day. Start scrolling to dive right into the story, with immersive images and autoplaying videos and GIFs. The progress bar at the bottom indicates how much more each Moment has to offer.” The company further added that “like a Moment by hitting the heart button. At the end of a Moment, click the share button to Tweet your thoughts, and send it out to your followers”.
In addition to this feature, Twitter is also trying to make it easier for people to discover latest Moments across news, entertainment and sports categories with the new Explore tab featuring Moments by Twitter’s Curation team and @MomentsIndia partners, users can simply click on to the stories and view whats happening in the world.
This new feature, Moments can also help people to explore and understand the best of Twitter, regardless of who they follow, in an easy-to-use storytelling format to make it more attractive and classified.
This feature can be easily used by clicking into a Moment, you’re taken to an introduction with a title and description, which can engage directly with a Tweet inside a Moment with buttons to retweet and like and as new stories emerge, Twitter will add new Moments for these stories to the Explore tab.
Twitter involves around 300 million users globally and provides supports in 42 languages including Hindi, Bengali, Kannada, Tamil, Gujarati, and Marathi.