Raksha Bandhan is around the corner and since these are unprecedented times, not everyone is able to reach their siblings this time. In order to make them feel virtually connected, Twitter India has introduced what it is calling a virtual rakhi. Twitter is urging its users to use the hashtag #TweetAPromise to talk to their siblings on the platform. Through its official Twitter India account, the company posted a tweet saying, “This Raksha Bandhan, cover the distance, #TweetAPromise to your loved ones with Twitter India’s virtual rakhi.” The tweet also includes an 11-second clip that says the same. This Raksha Bandhan, cover the distance, #TweetAPromise to your loved ones with Twitter India’s virtual rakhi.— Twitter India (@TwitterIndia) 1596193282000 Meanwhile, the microblogging website recently introduced Fleets to its users in India. The feature works similar to Instagram Stories and makes the posts disappear after 24 hours. These posts cannot be ‘liked’, shared or retweeted like the usual posts. India is the third country globally where Twitter is rolling out this feature to test. The other two are Brazil and Italy. “India is important for Twitter since it is one of our largest and fastest-growing audience markets globally. We are excited to… Read full this story
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