Twitter started testing circle earlier this month with a limited group and now it looks like it’s starting to roll out to more users. The attribute works a lot like Instagram’s close friends as it permits users to send out tweets to a definite group of people slightly more than all of Twitter. Right now it’s uncertain how many people recently have access to the circle. It looks like more users are finally seeing the attribute pop up when they start composing a tweet but some users still report not having access quite yet. We are still recently testing Twitter circles with a group of people across IOS, Android, and the web globally. The attribute has not been rolled out extensively to everyone yet as we continue to gather feedback. To check if you have access to Twitter circle update your Twitter app or head to Twitter in a web browser. When you start composing a tweet you’ll see a dropdown menu at the top that reads every one. From here you can choose Twitter circles to limit your tweet to a select audience or you can hit edit to add or remove won’t notify users if you add or remove them. You can add up to 150 users to your circle whether they follow you or not. Users in your circle will see a note appended to circle-only tweets stating only people in the Twitter circle can see this tweet. Twitting to your circle is almost like having a private account only it privatizes certain tweets instead of limiting access to your entire profile. The people in your circle won’t be able to re-tweet anything you post to it but they can still screenshot and download your tweets. It’s also important to keep in mind that twitter’s community guidelines still apply even if you’re sending your tweets out to a similar audience.
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