Positioned as an alternative to Twitter, the Threads microblogging platform should work under threads.net, but so far the main page of the resource shows a social network logo stylized as a cluster of stars. In addition to the web version, there is no search on the platform, but the head of Meta✴ Mark Zuckerberg has promised that these important features will be available in the coming weeks.
“Threads had a good week. The community is on a path that I expected to see a vibrant, long-term app develop. There’s a lot to do and I’m happy with the pace of the team. Search and web versions will follow in the coming weeks.– wrote the Meta CEO on the platform✴.
Threads, as the simplest alternative to Twitter, initially gained popularity rapidly, but then rapidly lost half of their users. It’s time to roll out new features, and last week the platform got a timeline feed.
Of the remaining critical features, the web version clearly ranks first – many refuse to use a platform that cannot be accessed via a browser from a desktop computer. And if managing threads really relies on its popularity, then search will not be able to do without it either – it occupies an important place on Twitter.