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Twitter Announces Improved Video Quality and Added Safety Features

Twitter Announces Improved Video Quality and Added Safety Features

Twitter has announced on its official site on 25th September 2021. The announcement was about its updates for improvement of the video quality. Twitter is one of the major social media platforms. Additionally, to improve the video quality, the new update would not pixelate the videos. It would lead to an improved viewing experience. Twitter’s earlier non-ideal video quality was a major issue. Many users have reported this. So, the popular micro blogging site has come up with this new up-gradation. 

Twitter has informed that it had undergone the elimination of a pre-processing step. The platform has done this for fixing the high pixelation issue. Twitter used that pre-processing phase to divide the entire footage into smaller portions. It was for the straightforward processing of the videos. But, users should remember that only the freshly uploaded videos would experience pixel quality improvements. But, there would be no such changes to the existing videos on Twitter.

Latest Twitter Features

Also, Twitter is also developing various latest features. These features will prevent poisonous and unwanted comments on the user’s tweets. The social media giant is opting for new tools like “Limit” and “Filter” said Paula Barcante, the senior product designer of Twitter. These tools would help the users avoid potentially hazardous comments and contents. The social network giant started rolling out the feature after feedback from a small group of people. The new feature is available on iOS, Android and

Thus, Twitter is trying to restrict the harmful responses on the platform by offering these tools. The tools would permit the users to be more proactive in avoiding them from getting posted. Also, Twitter is experimenting with a particular function that can automatically filter poisonous communications. Hence, the users who will use this ‘Safety Mode’ of Twitter can get the “mentioned” filtered for a week. It would prevent them from checking messages that may contain insults or hate speech. 

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Anchal Ahuja

Anchal Ahuja likes to express herself through her write-ups. She doesn’t believe in doing different things but she enjoys doing things differently at The Next Hint Media.

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