Twitter is looking at new ways for users to control who can see tweets, such as limiting the publication of tweets to “trusted friends” and displaying tweets from that group first. It revealed that. Twitter product designer Andrew Courter has published some of the early ideas the company is considering. Courter said he tweeted under the handle @a_dsgnr and asked for feedback on these ideas. Twitter hasn’t yet developed any of the features he mentioned in his tweet. Twitter is also considering the ability to tweet from multiple personas with a single account. The user can follow all personas or individual personas. For example, a persona who sends out his thoughts as a parent or a persona for work can be considered. In addition, Courter said that replies can inadvertently hurt people, and considers ways to “like spell checking, but don’t inadvertently look like an unpleasant person in a reply.” I tweeted that I was doing it. If a user trying to reply to a tweet uses a phrase that the caller does not want to see in the reply, such as a vulgar word, it will be highlighted. The user can tell other users what words they don’t want to see and why, but the replying user can ignore the specification. Twitter is also considering adjusting the features it already offers. He says he’s testing a new label design that can let users know why tweets can be misleading. Some users of the desktop version will be testing the new label design, but the number has not been disclosed. The new label uses more orange and red than ever to make it easier for users to notice. This article was edited by Asahi Interactive for Japan from an article from overseas Red Ventures.