Twitter is testing stories, rebranded as ‘Fleets’, a tongue-in-cheek reference to the ephemeral nature of the stories and the name of Twitter’s messages.
Twitter’s new Fleets can’t receive Likes, Replies or Retweets. And they’ll disappear entirely after 24 hours.
Fleets aren’t non-public, to be clear; they’re just a little less accessible. You could visit someone’s public Twitter profile and tap to view their Fleets even if you don’t follow them.
But their Fleet won’t circulate Twitter’s network, show up in Search or Moments, and it can’t be embedded on an external website.
The feature is already being tested in Brazil on Android and iOS and may be tested in other countries in the coming weeks.
At launch, consumers will be able to post videos up to 2 minutes and 20 seconds in length (or 512MB). Whitelisted publishers will be able to publish videos up to 10 minutes in length.
Users can also post multiple Fleets, which viewers will move through using gestures.
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