Twitter introduces a new way to increase engagement in communities. Admins will now be able to increase engagement by pinning tweets over the community admin tab.
As can be seen in the image below, a new ‘Pin to Community’ option has been introduced in Twitter community mode which will place any community tweet at the top of the feed and that tweet can be used as a notice. Will
This option will be able to help bring better engagement to users’ Twitter communities.
Despite the limited engagement of communities so far, this feature does not seem to deviate from Twitter and one of the reasons for this is that Twitter respects the opinion of the people on various issues and gives them the right to express their opinion.
But communities are moving in the opposite direction, and limiting conversations (as we see them on Facebook) can have some benefits. But does it work for Twitter, where the majority of users think about sharing their thoughts with their followers?
It is clear that Twitter users are creating alternative Twitter handles for different topics. This means that if a user is interested in cricket and also does digital marketing, he may have different feeds and audiences, which will have tweets according to his topic. There will be no unnecessary tweets on the feed that have nothing to do with it.