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Facebook-inspired tweaks turn off Twitter users

Facebook-inspired tweaks turn off Twitter users 

Twitter users have been apparently turned off by the late changes on the microblogging webpage, which supposedly give off an impression of being motivated by Facebook.

Twitter has presented another offer that permits clients to tag their companions in a picture on the site, without influencing the standard 140-character limit.

Nonetheless, a few clients grumbled that the progressions offer striking closeness to that of Facebook, ABC News reports.

One of the characteristics is the capability to impart up to four photographs in a solitary tweet, where the photographs join together like a little composition, which duplicates as a scaled down photograph collection and clients can tap and zoom in on them.

The real update that has vexed Twitter users is the change of “Retweet” catch to that of “Offer,” again like Facebook’s Share catch.

The report said that Twitter has declined to remark on the characteristic, yet the organization has said in the past that its always tinkering around.

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