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11/13/2014
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4 Twitter Changes, Explained

Twitter responds to criticism about stagnant innovation by announcing a handful of new features coming to video, messaging, and users' timelines.

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Kristin Burnham
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11/30/2014 | 6:01:30 PM
Re: fading away?
As much as people complain about Facebook's news feed algorithms, I can see how something like that with Twitter would be beneficial. As you said, lots of noise and not enough value.
soozyg
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11/13/2014 | 9:45:37 PM
fading away?
I have worked with companies to help them with tweets. It seems lately like no one really wants to go on Twitter anymore. I certainly don't. There is so much extraneous noise and activity. It seems like it's only for media pickup these days.
PedroGonzales
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11/13/2014 | 8:41:25 PM
understanding users' feedback
Twitter new changes indicate that in order for them to maintain and continue to their growth, they must provide new capabilities.  I did wonder how they are going to get users' feedback on what new features they should add. Would they monitor their user trends? have some sort of specific tweets where people can comments. As with all things in twitter, how to sort out the important feedback from the non critical will be the real challenge.
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