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Meta may launch a Threads web version early this week


Goal will launch the web version of Threadsits competitor X (formerly known as Twitter) earlier this week, reports The Wall Street Journal. A web version has been frustratingly missing since the short-form publishing service began.

Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg said the company is working to add the feature along with better search (well, search at all, actually, right now, you can only search for usernames on the platform) early in this month, and that it would be ready in “the next few weeks.”

However, wsj says, his sources say that the “release plans for the feature are not final and could change.” Mosseri posted on Threads last week that Meta had been testing “an early build internally for a week or two” but “needs some work” before general release.

Threads launched as a very basic Twitter clone just a month and a half ago, quickly surpassing the 100 million user mark, but it’s missing several crucial features, which the company has been slowly adding. The company recently added a tracking feed, as well as the ability to verify a link to your Mastodon profile, indicating that Meta may be taking integration with decentralized social networking protocol Activity Pub at least partially seriously.

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