According to new leaks that are appeared on the microblogging platform, Twitter is working on three latest warning labels that are developed to address misinformation on the platform.
As per the screenshot that is shared by researcher Jane Manchun Wong,
Presently Twitter is functioning on three warning labels, called “Get the latest”, “Stay informed” and “Misleading”.
The labels, which seem to be developed for particular types of misinformation.
Jane Manchun Wong is famous on Twitter for her work on reverse engineering a diverse variety of applications and services such as Messenger, Facebook, and Twitter, to mock impending features including Twitter’s emoji reactions for tweets. She posted three sample tweets on Tuesday that showed off the latest labels on Twitter.
Twitter is working on three levels of misinformation warning labels:
“Get the latest”, “Stay Informed” and “Misleading” pic.twitter.com/0RdmMsRAEk
— Jane Manchun Wong (@wongmjane) May 31, 2021
— Yoel Roth (@yoyoel) May 31, 2021
The first tweet states, “Snorted 60 grams (sic) of dihydrogen monoxide and I’m not feeling so well now,” which drives the “Get the Latest” label to display more details about water or H2O.
However, we don’t have any details about when Twitter is going to release these latest misinformation labels on the microblogging platform, or if they are going to even make it out of testing.
Marking these tweets with particular causes and recommendations to improve understanding of the context recommends that the procedure might not be automated and replies may be created based on the tweet. So we have to wait until Twitter formerly announces the feature.