Twitter CEO Elon Musk has revealed some of the changes that will be rolling out to the microblogging platform starting next week.
Musk took to Twitter on Friday and shared the updates that will be coming to the site. He wrote: “Bookmarks button moved to tweet detail page, image length adjustment and other minor bug fixes next week.”
On Sunday, the tech mogul had hinted that the upcoming changes would make it “simple to create folders to bookmark tweets in different categories.”
He also announced the features that will appear in the “first part” of a “much bigger UI overhaul.”
Before that, the owner of SpaceX previously announced “Significant changes in the backend server architecture” on the platform.
The update followed an outage of the microblogging platform in the early hours of December 29. According to a report from Al Jazeera, the web version of the platform had a major outage. It was difficult for many users who were greeted with an error message when they tried to log in.
Meanwhile, the multi-billionaire also announced that the new Twitter policy will not only follow science, but also reasonably question science. “The new Twitter policy is to follow the science, which necessarily involves reasoned questioning of the science,” Musk tweeted.
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