Social media can be thought of as an ant colony – if you want to introduce new factors on how people can and can't communicate with each other, you may have to test it in a secluded area before introducing it all over the place. That's what happened Twitter began testing hidden answers in Canada beginning in July. Today, it is expanding the test to Japan and the United States.
So what is the hidden dynamics of the answer? Well, those who rank responses to the tweets they send can vote for what they don't like for their own ethical or moral reasons and hide it from public view. If other people want to see the tweet hidden by the initiating thread of the response flow, they can Touchez the icon on the far right of the original tweet. A writer can also see hidden answers and hide them.
A major change since the Canadian trial period is an additional notice for those who hide tweets about blocking people who write responses.
Twitter Let's say that people use hidden functions like deactivating profiles, although in a limited and specific way. More than a quarter of people who have their tweets hidden have told the company that they will reconsider how they will tweet in the future.
Expect more changes as time goes by.