In recent times, Twitter has often provided a number of new features and has begun testing them. This time, Twitter is testing a feature called “CoTweet”, where this feature will allow two accounts to write tweets at the same time.
This concept was tested by Twitter at the beginning of the year, where this time it was tested publicly. CoTweet is currently only accessible to a small number of users in the US, Canada, and Korea for a short time.
The way it works itself is quite simple. The creator of the main tweet can ask a second person to be tagged in the tweet that was written. After the second account agrees to be a co-author, the tweet will show that the upload was written by two different accounts. However, comment notifications are still only addressed to the main author.
This CoTweet can also be revoked after publication, which allows the designated co-author to no longer wish to agree to be involved in the CoTweet. So, the CoTweet will look the same as tweets in general. In addition, users can only invite one person to be a co-author in the CoTweet.
The trial this time is still very limited, but Twitter promises that this feature will be available for everyone to access later when the trial period ends.