According to a screenshot tweeted by Andrea Conway, a designer at X, the functionality would allow users to sort posts by “most recent,” “most liked,” or “most engaged with.”
Elon Musk’s X is developing a new feature that will allow users to sort posts on a person’s profile. According to a screenshot tweeted by Andrea Conway, a designer at X, the functionality would allow users to sort posts by “most recent,” “most liked,” or “most engaged with.”
“This will be cool,” Musk said.
Conway did not say when the feature will be available to the public or whether it would be limited to X Premium users. A number of users commented on Conway’s article.
“Sweet!!” said one user. “Are you still adding comment sorting?” Conway asked. “Yep!”
In response to another post proposing that a time range be included, she stated, “baby steps bestie.”
Last week, Musk’s business revealed that paying customers will be able to hide their checkmarks on their profiles.
While the checkmark will be buried on users’ profiles and postings, it may still remain in some locations and certain features may still reveal that they have an active membership.
While the checkmark is hidden, some features may be unavailable. “We will continue to evolve this feature in order to make it better for you,” the social media site said.
Users can hide the checkmark by going to the ‘Profile customization’ section of their account settings.
Musk also refuted a story that the company was planning to develop its own stock trading platform.
When a user stated, “JUST IN: Twitter/X is planning to launch its own stock trading platform, per XNewsDaily.”
Musk rejected the report, saying, “No work on this is being done to the best of my knowledge.”