Twitter has come up with a new prompt that could be shown to users before they engage or reply to a particular tweet. The plan is to warn them that the conversation can possibly get intense and heated.
The micro-blogging platform is currently piloting prompts for its apps on Android and iOS, that would inform users about a conversation that could get heated. The company says it is working on the feature as part of its efforts to ābetter support healthy conversationā on the platform.
The company shared an image of the feature in action, showing a tweet with multiple quoted tweets and a reply under it, as an example of a tweet that might have received controversial replies. Under the regular tweet action bar, the new prompt will notify āHeads upā followed by āConversations like this can be intenseā. According to the company, the service might consider the topic of the tweet and the relationship between the tweet author and the person replying to display the prompt.