Tuesday, 8 August 2023, Bengaluru, India
The liked posts feature for Meta’s text-based app Threads is being rolled out via an app update. The firm first tested the new function last week on an Android beta, but over the weekend, Meta began rolling it out to all customers.
In Settings > Your Likes, accessed from the profile page, users can find the posts they liked. In contrast, Twitter (now X) lets you view your likes through a profile’s distinct “Likes” tab.
In addition to the ability to view linked posts, Meta has included a new media upload quality option that allows you to upload higher-quality photos and videos. This option can be found under Settings > Account > Media quality.
Additionally, Threads users can now arrange their following list using the ‘Latest first’ and ‘Earlier first’ criteria. Go to your profile, tap the follower’s face pile under your bio, and then select the ‘Following’ tab to view your list of followers.
Even though these are only minor nice-to-have app changes, Mark Zuckerberg hinted last week that some of the most requested capabilities, such as post search and a web version, are on the way.
In the first five days following its launch last month, 100 million individuals signed up for Threads, giving it a strong start. However, statistics from several analytics companies indicate that the app’s usage has declined over time.
[Source of Information: Techcrunch.com]