After the resource TechCrunch, Twitter officials confirmed they are “exploring” the possibility of co-creating messages between the two accounts. A similar possibility already exists in other social networks, including YouTube and TikTok.
Enthusiast Alessandro Paluzzi toldthat the first evidence of a project supporting collaborations appeared on Twitter in December. The feature can come in handy in a variety of cases: when two brands are collaborating, influencer social media campaigns, or just when a user wants to thank another for a good joke from a published tweet.
As Mr. Paluzzi said, to establish co-authorship you have to go through the established procedure: the user who published the message chooses the second author from among their joint subscribers with open accounts and he has to accept the invitation. Perhaps a mechanism is needed to protect popular users from the flood of such offers. Once posted and co-authored, the shared tweets will appear in both authors’ feeds, and their avatars will appear in the top-left corner of the post as usual.
Nothing has yet been said about the timing of the release of this feature to the general public, it cannot even be said that it is in general terms of the social network. Still, there’s a possibility of collaborations as the feature is popular on competing platforms.