Web version of Threads will be launched soon, will get advanced search function
Keeping in mind the demand of Meta users, it is going to soon launch the web version of its latest microblogging platform Threads. Along with this, users will get the support of search function in threads, so that they will be able to search anything on the platform. This information has been shared by the company’s CEO Mark Zuckberg himself. Let us tell you that the Threads app was launched in the beginning of July and within a few days of launching millions of users joined the app.
Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg shared a post on Threads saying that it was a good week for Threads. There is a community here, so I think this can be made a long term app. There is a lot of work to do and I am very excited about the good work the team is doing. Search and web will be released in the coming weeks.
The userbase of the app decreased
According to the media reports that came in the past, Mark Zuckerberg informed about the decline in the userbase of the Threads app during the town hall meeting. In this meeting he said that it is not good for the app.
To increase its userbase, we have to be more focused. In such a situation, it is now believed that the company is bringing web version and search functionality to increase the app’s falling popularity and userbase.
This feature was released last month
Meta added the Following and For You and Translations features to the Threads app in July. First of all, talking about For You feature, users can see the posts of all the profiles in it, which they follow and which they do not follow. With the help of translation feature, users can translate every text present on the platform.
Other Features of Threads
Social media app Threads provides the facility to publish posts of 500 characters. In this, a video of five minutes can be uploaded. In addition, photos, links and videos can be shared as posts in the app.
Threat received from Twitter after launch
For your information, let us tell you that when Meta launched Twitter Rival App Threads, Elon Musk threatened to take legal action. According to the report, Elon Musk’s lawyer Alex Spiro accused Meta of creating a “copycat app”.
He said that Twitter strictly enforces intellectual property rights. We demand that Meta stop using any Twitter trade secrets or other confidential information. This will benefit both the companies.