besides tiktok and vine,
i’ve been on pretty much every social media.
some hit; others didn’t.
my social media experience goes like this:
If I want you to see something,
If I don’t,
i’m pretty open on my social media platforms.
you see how transparent i am on the foxhole.
i’ve never used the “close friends” feature because,
My close friends are in real life and have my phone number.
twitter is coming out with an interesting new feature like all the others…
Only selected people can see your tweets
what would be the point of twitter then?
it’s a place to share your thoughts to the world.
this is what “macrumors” had to font:
Twitter is considering letting users post select tweets for “Trusted Friends” only. That’s the name of a feature the social media platform is testing that would allow users to limit the audience for specific content to a smaller circle of people.
Based on design concepts shared by the company (via TechCrunch), Trusted Friends could be a toggle that lets you indicate whether a tweet should be made public or be shown to just a handful of users. The idea is similar to Instagram’s “Close Friends” feature, which lets users share personal Stories more privately.
i’ll be 100,
i think that shit is big-time corny.
“Yo you see what _________ posted?
Are you under their close friends?”
lemme screenshot this shit and send you.”
if you have something so personal that only “close friends” can see:
Why not send it via text,
it’s not like people won’t screenshot your shit.
it’s not like they don’t have mouths to gossip about what you posted.
sometimes your close friends are your worst enemies.
folks will legit have 100 people on their close friends to show them a throw rug.
you know someone probably screenshotted that shit to show someone else,
social media are spaces where you show all your shit to the world.
if you are gonna hide certain parts on yourself on a public time:
Don’t use it.
lowkey: i love the “see my nudes under my close friends” crowd.
why not open up an onlyfans and charge a separate fee to see the goods?