Threads, the popular web platform, has recently introduced a new feature that users have been eagerly anticipating: the ability to quote posts. This exciting update brings Threads one step closer to competing with X (formerly Twitter) and enhances the user experience by bridging the gap between reposting and commenting.
To quote a post on Threads, simply follow these simple steps:
1. Scroll to the post you want to quote.
2. Click on the two arrows icon.
3. A menu will appear, offering you the option to “quote” the post. Click on it.
4. You can now add your own comment or context to the quoted post.
In addition to this quote feature, Adam Mosseri, the Head of Instagram, also revealed that Threads users on mobile devices can soon expect the ability to follow threads and receive notifications. These updates showcase Threads’ commitment to continuously improving its functionality and providing a dynamic atmosphere for its users.
While Threads still has room to grow in order to match the vibrant atmosphere of X/Twitter, each small feature update brings it closer to achieving that goal. Stay tuned for further updates and enhancements to this exciting platform.
Can I quote posts on Threads from the web version?
Yes, the latest update to Threads now allows you to quote posts on the web version.
How do I quote a post on Threads?
To quote a post, simply scroll to the desired post, click on the two arrows icon, and select the “quote” option from the menu.
What additional features can Threads users on mobile devices expect?
Threads users on mobile devices will soon be able to follow threads and receive notifications.
Is Threads a rival to X (formerly Twitter)?
With the introduction of the quote feature, Threads is moving closer to rivaling X and providing a similar experience to its users.
Will Threads continue to introduce new features?
Yes, Threads is committed to improving its functionality and providing an engaging atmosphere for its users, so further updates can be expected in the future.