Now, Twitter would be seen with threads. Well, this is not the latest inclusion of feature to the Twitter, as the earlier tweet-storms have been modified as threads. These threads are especially applicable in this fast-moving, ever-changing timeline, for powerfully dominating any conversation.

What are these threads actually?

Practically, threads have never been an official thing. The Twitterati just needs to reply to their own tweet, and that gets the thread going. But throw in a few replies from other people, and reading a thread becomes a mess. So now creating, finding and reading threads on Twitter accounts becomes much easy. Now a thread is a full-fledged Twitter feature, right alongside hashtags and the casual racism.

The overall review of Multi- Tweet threads:

Threads have become quite popular because they allow for more space, which allows for more context and thought that even a 280-character tweet would allow for. Now, as for Twitter,  it has reportedly discussed allowing tweets up to 10,000 characters and has removed many of its limits in order to let people more fully express themselves. Threads are another means to the same end.

When the user taps to see the rest of the thread, it takes the user to the tweet they have been looking at, with everything before threaded but not always everything after. This definitely works great for composing, though. So, in either way, Twitter has lots of bigger problems more worth its engineering resources. Still, the thread support feels like a return to what made Twitter popular in the first place, i.e. the product changing ability to suit the way people want to use it. In contrast to Moments, live video, and the algorithmic timeline, threads are something users would always want to do, and definitely something Twitter can help them with.

But the negative impact remains that the official thread support would surely lead to more threads. So, for all the Twitterati out there, a piece of advice remains that henceforth, tweet but be responsible for it.