Previously people used to get confused due to the missing tweet. When the Twitter will finally launch this new feature, a tweet removed because of violation will be replaced with a notice:
“This Tweet is no longer available because it violated the Twitter Rules. Learn more.”
The message will be followed by a link to the Twitter rules and an article that will explain how Twitter is enforcing the regulations.
Twitter will soon indicate if a reported tweet is Removed
The notice will be seen on the author’s profile page and on the tweet for the period of 14 days.
If a user will Report a Tweet on Twitter, they are not going to view it again. Now the Twitter will cover up a Tweet that you have reported with a notice that states:
“You reported this Tweet.”
If you want to see it again, tapping on the notice will allow you to do so. This new feature will arrive for all those users who have the updated version of the Twitter app and website.
Here is brief explanation of Twitter New Feature:
You don’t want to see a Tweet you’ve reported, but you do want to know we’ve done something about it. And all those Tweets that break our rules? You should know we’ve done something about them too.
Here’s what these Tweets will look like now.
— Twitter Safety (@TwitterSafety) October 17, 2018
It’s not a prominent change but Twitter is doing it in order to enhance transparency when it comes to moderation.
Just a few days back, Twitter users were getting mysterious notifications that were annoying people.