View counts for tweets are beginning to appear for some Twitter individuals– a minimum of for their very own tweets. On December 1st, Musk promised the function would certainly be coming for “all tweets, just as view count is shown for all videos,” a statement he reiterated a week later including that it would certainly be coming “in a few weeks.”
One Verge employee has actually begun to see a counter when he clicks right into his messages. While a few other Twitter individuals have reported obtaining the function also, it does not appear to be offered to every person yet (as an example, sometimes of creating I’m presently not seeing view counts on any type of tweets besides video clips). My colleague likewise states that he’s presently unable to see view counts on various other individuals’ tweets.
In its existing state, the function isn’t supplying any type of brand-new info. You have actually long had the ability to turn on analytics for your account, and also see the amount of “impressions” your tweets were obtaining. However, doing so does call for clicking an analytics switch; the view counter places it right in your face.
It’s vague whether Musk meant for individuals to be able to see the amount of sights other individuals’ tweets are obtaining. His remark concerning the function being “just like videos,” whose view counts are public for various other individuals, does make it feel like you need to have the ability to see the amount of sights other individuals’ tweets were obtaining. We would certainly ask Twitter for information on the issue, however it no more has an interaction division. Musk hasn’t lately tweeted concerning the function.