In September Twitter announced that it is testing Facebook-style responses and status indicators that show you who is online.
The color update coordinates the answers to facilitate the navigation of the response threads, while the new status lights shine in green to indicate that you have logged in.
The changes, which are only available to a select number of trial users at the moment, are part of the efforts of the social networking giant to make his platform "more conversational".
In August Twitter created a new tool that suggests people stop following on their social network.
The firm says the feature is designed to help users remove accounts from their timeline that they rarely interact with, creating a more relevant experience.
It was tested by the social media giant in a small group of users, but it is not known if it will be launched or when.
Also in August, Twitter began banning a large number of accounts, and many users rushed to the site to mourn the loss of hundreds of followers in a single day.
The discard had such an impact on the numbers that the & # 39; Twitterverse & # 39; It was swept with the hashtag #TwitterPurge.
It marks the last of a series of moves from the site to clean up the platform, as the San Francisco-based company now places more emphasis on integrity among its users.
In June Twitter reviewed the way users tune in to live experiences in the application, particularly the Explore and Moments tabs in their application.
This included posting breaking news at the top of a user's timeline. Moments also showed multiple timelines divided into summaries, comments and live tweets.
It also made it easier for users to identify ads for political campaigns.
They created the & # 39; Ad Transparency Center & # 39; that allows anyone to see the ads that have been posted on Twitter, with greater transparency about the announcements of the US federal election campaigns. UU
In May It was revealed that Twitter is building a tool that allows users to send secret messages to each other.
The feature, called & # 39; Secret Conversation & # 39 ;, was buried inside the Twitter Android app package, which often contains code for tools that a company may be in the testing process, according to TechCrunch.
The code was first discovered by Jane Manchun Wong, a computer science student at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, who tweeted that it appeared that Twitter might be working on "encrypted direct messages from end to end."
The company also launched a new behavior monitoring system that relegates abusive account releases.
In March Twitter confirmed that it was introducing a new algorithmic news feature in the timelines.
The function is being cured by humans for now, but finally it will be strictly algorithmic.
The selected timelines appear as a module at the top of the users' news.
In February the company updated the application so it was easier to save the tweets and read them later.
The social media giant launched a new bookmarking feature for all users around the world.
To mark a tweet, users can touch the "Share" icon and select "Add tweet to bookmarks".
When you want to find it later, tap & # 39; Bookmarks & # 39; in the profile icons menu.
Twitter also added some new features to the Share button, including the option to share a tweet via DM, email or text.