Recently Twitter, the microblogging and social networking site operated by American Communications based in San Francisco, California has announced Twitter Circle feature to send Tweets to select people, and share thoughts with a smaller crowd.
The limited test has been run from May globally to appears designed for instances where users explicitly don’t want their content to go viral.
This comes after Twitter’s attempt at an alternative timeline for “Trusted Friends” last year.
According to Twitter Safety’s handle, it will allow you to add up to 150 people to its small “Circle”, so you can select the people you want to share your tweets with.
Some Tweets are for everyone & others are just for people you’ve picked.
We’re now testing Twitter Circle, which lets you add up to 150 people who can see your Tweets when you want to share with a smaller crowd.
Some of you can create your own Twitter Circle beginning today! pic.twitter.com/nLaTG8qctp
— Twitter Safety (@TwitterSafety) May 3, 2022
A twitter user in turn can choose who’s in their TC, in which he or she can include up to 150 people in total and only the individuals you’ve added can reply to and interact with the Tweets you share in the circle.
In a way this some what similar to WhatsApp Group, with a difference that you can create only one T Circle.
This is alike to how you can stories and DMs with your “Close Friends” on Instagram. And similar to how you can select your close friends on Instagram.
Also, you will get the same option for TC if you are one of the few people to get access to it.
How To Use It
If you see the T Circle in your menu – you are part of the Twitter test list, you can simply tap the “compose tweet” option to get the option for creating a Circle.
Twitter explains that once a T Circle is created, only its members will be able to see and reply to the shared tweets. Plus, you will get an option to edit the Circle by adding or deleting people.
Is T Circle the same as Twitter Communities?
Twitter Communities offers users, a dedicated place to connect, share, and discuss the topics they care about most, with anyone on Twitter. While T Circle is for sharing the Tweets with individuals, you only want to share whom you choose to see them.
For Full range of information on T Circle, click their official link below