How to join Twitter for the ‘next big thing’
Twitter is launching a new way for users to join the social network.
Users will be able to sign up and sign in for free to sign in to the social media network.
According to the blog post, Twitter is giving users the opportunity to use the “next big things” of the platform, “to connect with and connect with friends, and collaborate on content across all of our products and services.”
The announcement is a welcome change to the platform.
Twitter previously made it difficult for users in other countries to join their accounts because it would not let them participate in conversations.
It has since made it easier for users from other countries.
Twitter has been rolling out the new feature to the United States since Monday, and it is available for some users in the United Kingdom, Brazil, Australia, and the United Arab Emirates.
Users will be required to sign into their Twitter account to participate in the new sign in option, but they can also sign up as a “freelancer” and participate in conversation and interaction.
Twitter also will be offering the new “freelist” option, which will allow users to have their own accounts.
The new feature also comes on the heels of a tweet from Twitter’s VP of product design, Adam Oppenheim, who revealed that Twitter is planning to open up its platform to all countries by the end of the year.
Twitter CEO Dick Costolo also announced in the blogpost that the new product, which is coming to “more countries than ever,” is part of a broader strategy to make the company a better experience for users and make it easier to use for all.