Users React After Twitter Begins Testing Its Own Version Of Stories Called “Fleets”

RIP Twitter Fleet OnoBello

Few hours after Twitter announced the testing its own version of Stories, called Fleets, where you can upload photos and videos that disappear after 24 hours, users have begun criticizing the latest update.

On Wednesday evening, #RIPTwitter was a top trending topic in the US on the social network. Nevertheless, the feature rolled out the same day and is currently only available in Brazil.

Unlike normal tweets, Fleets do not receive retweets, likes or public replies. Users can only react or respond to them with direct messages, just like Instagram’s Stories feature.

Fleets will not appear on people’s Twitter timelines like regular tweets. Instead, they can be viewed by tapping on someone’s avatar.

See few reactions below.

Users React To Twitter's Version Of Stories Fleets OnoBello (1)

 

Users React To Twitter's Version Of Stories Fleets OnoBello (2)

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