Twitter’s new option that will allow users to switch accounts in tweet replies is reportedly being tested.
Social media expert Matt Navarra recently tweeted about the option along with two screenshots that show that users can switch to a different account when responding to tweets.
New? Twitter now lets you switch accounts on a tweet to reply using a different account— Matt Navarra (@MattNavarra) November 8, 2019
h/t @ohitsmerenz pic.twitter.com/n4WFQz3yqE
Through this option, users who manage multiple accounts will be able to easily keep an eye on multiple accounts and take any action as well.
This option has been available to some users for a while now, while others are unable to see it on their profiles. At the moment, we cannot be sure exactly which users have access to this functionality.
This option has been available on TweetDeck, and users can easily switch between accounts while replying to tweets.
It must be noted that Twitter has been adding similar features to that of TweetDeck on its app. Only recently, Twitter was said to be testing advanced search filters into its main app, while this feature is already available on TweetDeck. Adding more options similar to TweetDeck into Twitter’s main app could improve the app’s functionality and provide more convenience to social media managers who have to handle more than one account at a time.
At this point, we have no news of when this feature would be launched by Twitter, and we will have to wait to find out.