January 27, 2015
As rivals update and expand their services, Twitter has decided to add group chats to its platform, as well as the ability to share 30-second videos.
Starting today, the ability to send private messages to groups instead of just individuals and the expansion of the video offering will be available to Twitter users on most devices, including Apple and Android, reports CNET.
Group direct messages will make it easier for a group of people to communicate privately, according to Jinen Kamdar, Twitter’s chief product officer. Unlike Facebook, which has similar features focused on connecting with friends and family, the Twitter feature stands out for allowing its users to remain anonymous.
via Twitter launches group chats.
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