Ever faced an ‘embarrassing’ situation for a long time ago comment or post on social media? The director of the film 'Guardian of the Galaxy's James Gunn faces this kind of situation. He even lost his Disney job in 2018 for some tweets between 2008 and 2012. He was later reinstated. However, he became one of those whose life gets into new trouble for an old post on social media.
To avoid such embarrassing situations, many people use tools like tweetdelete.net to delete old tweets. This time Twitter developed its solution.
A statement from Twitter said, "We are experimenting with a feature that will automatically archive user's tweets from time to time." This time limit can be one, two, or three months. However, the tool is still in the concept stage and it is not yet known when it will be launched.
The company further said that the control of the platform has been further enhanced so that the users can enhance the privacy of their accounts. In addition to this, users will be able to exclude any followers if they want. By the end of this year, another tool will be added that will allow a user to remove a mention in a public conversation.