Twitter will introduce co-authorship of tweets
Twitter works on a novelty for its platform with which it will introduce the co-authorship, by which several users can collaborate to write and publish the same tweet together.
Collaboration is currently a developing feature that reverse engineering developer Alessandro Paluzzi has located in the code of the social network.
As shown through his profile on Twitter, the tweet in question indicates the people who have collaborated in its publication, who are reviewed with both the username and the address of the platform.
As detailed by Paluzzi, the co-authorship format on Twitter is similar to the Collabs from Instagram, which Meta presented in October. This other social network allows you to share the content of the 'feed' and the 'reels' with another user, so that both can share a single publication on their profiles.