Twitter Unveils the ‘Self-Retweet’

Twitter Unveils the ‘Self-Retweet’

Twitter has launched a new function, and now all users can retweet or quote their tweets with a few clicks. The latest feature does not need an update, and a server side has been enabling worldwide to allow twitter’s accounts to share their previous thoughts.

To retweet yourself on Twitter: Go to one of your own tweets, click the "retweet" button, choose whether to quote yourself or simply retweet your own tweet back into the timeline of your followers.

In May, Twitter announced a number of major updates that would “simplify” tweets and allow users to make the most of the 140-character restriction that is integral to the platform.

Twitter has also updated its block feature, which stops blocked users from seeing a person’s tweets and prevents tweets from the blocked user showing up in the blocker’s timeline.