Threads Rolled Out Turn On Notification Feature For Posts

Text-focused application as an alternative to ‘X’, formerly Twitter, Yes! Of course, we are talking about “Threads.” It is difficult to say whether the app is perfect, but it took a perfectly fine debut with enough controversy; millions of users signed up for threads within a few hours.

 After this, the work on its flaws continued, and new updates kept coming. Again, another new update has brought new features with it, and now the application is adding a notifications facility for Threads the users want to keep an eye out for. 

Adam Mosseri shared a post on Threads and mentioned that:

Calling out two new features we rolled out this week on Threads. For mobile: you can now follow a thread by turning on notifications for 24 hours. For web: you can now quote other posts in your threads.” 

With the above statement, it is clear that the app is offering two new features, out of which the first one is regarded as notifications. Now, the users can turn on notifications for following a thread 24/7. However, this is only for smartphone users. 

Users already know this feature because Instagram has offered the same notification option for so long. When users turn on notifications for people they follow on Threads, they will get a notification every time someone posts a thread. Also, the people are never notified that the users turn on or off notifications. 

The users can quickly turn on the notification by just hitting the bell icon placed at the top right of a thread. Also, when people reply, the users will get a notification in their activity tab. 

Apart from this, another feature brings a new ability for the web users. Now, with the latest update, they can quote other posts, which was not possible when Threads first released its web client. To test this new feature, all the users have to do is just click on the familiar repost icon at the bottom of a post. And after that, choose Quote. 



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