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Monday, October 30, 2023

Reactions as X is ending and removing Circles tomorrow

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Reactions as X is ending and removing Circles tomorrow.... 
Circles, which previous Twitter management first launched in May last year, was one of various projects that sought to better align in-app engagement with the broader shift of social interactions to more intimate groups, as opposed to public posting. Given that an increasing amount of users are now interacting this way, Twitter added Circles, Communities, and audience control options on tweets, in the hopes of sparking more types of discussion in the app... 

“After this date, you will not be able to create new posts that are limited to your Circle, nor will you be able to add people to your Circle,” the company now known as X said in a Help Center post.” You will, however, be able to remove people from your Circle, by unfollowing them.”

If you unfollow someone who is in one of your Circles, they will no longer be able to see your private Circle tweets. If you decide to follow them again down the line, they will still not have access to those Circle tweets. This suggests that Circle tweets will remain private after the program shuts down, but Twitter doesn’t offer any sort of clarity there. So if you’re really worried, you may want to delete those tweets.

“Part of the problem with Circles, as I see it at least, is that most users likely conduct the discussions that would fit into this offering within their DMs already, maintaining group chats with their close friends in a more private space. That privacy enables people to feel more comfortable sharing, and there doesn’t seem like much reason for them to switch those conversations to the potentially more exposed Circles option instead.”

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