Jane Wong has revealed that Twitter is working on a Snooze feature, that allows you to pause push notifications.
You can choose between 1, 3 or 12 hours to silence the notifications.
To activate the “Snooze” feature, you press the “bell” button on top of the Notifications tab in Twitter. After pressing the button, the app will display a bottom sheet of various lengths of snooze duration.
Twitter is working on a Snooze button for muting Push Notifications
Twitter has been putting efforts on improving users' wellbeings. And this is no exception apart from Replies Moderations, Filtered Messages UI, etc pic.twitter.com/phrie44mqT
— Jane Manchun Wong (@wongmjane) August 4, 2019
The new feature is part of Twitter’s efforts to leave a positive impact on digital wellbeing.
Twitter is testing replies moderation. It lets you to hide replies under your tweets, while providing an option to show the hidden replies pic.twitter.com/dE19w4TLtp
— Jane Manchun Wong (@wongmjane) February 28, 2019
No word on the edit Tweet function yet…