Twitter on Tuesday said it’s testing a new feature that would let people handpick who can view their tweets. The new feature, Twitter Circle, allows users to create a list of up to 150 people and then post tweets only to be seen by those in the group, similar to Instagram’s
Some of you can create your own Twitter Circle beginning today! pic.twitter.com/nLaTG8qctp
News of the Twitter Circle feature and testing comes after for billion. Given the time frame of the Twitter Circle test, it’s unlikely Musk’s takeover bid had anything to do with releasing the new test.
While the editing function test is reserved for Twitter Blue members, it appears the Twitter Circle testing is available to a small group across the standard and premium versions. A Twitter spokesperson confirmed with CNET an earlier tweet from @twittersafety that the company is “currently testing Twitter Circle with a small group of people on Twitter globally.”