Twitter is testing Playback Speed Options on Android

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Popular Microblogging platform, Twitter is testing a new feature that will allow users to adjust the playback speed for videos on Twitter.

Twitter is reportedly testing playback speed options on Android as well as the web platform. A few of the users reported having observed a small gear icon to adjust the speed of the video playback. Twitter users said that they are being offered an option to either speed up or slow down the video on the platform.

At the moment, Twitter is making the feature available to a few users while planning to roll it out to the general public in the near future. The playback speed option will offer users better flexibility in watching videos on Twitter. Users can slow down the video by 0.25x or speed up the video by 2x.

Twitter is also working on Twitter Articles that will allow users to write posts beyond the current 280 character limit on the platform. This feature will be game-changing for those who want to write longer text pieces within a single tweet thereby minimizing the use of threads.

It seems Twitter is constantly working on improving its platform by bringing features in regular intervals. Last month, Twitter was spotted working on the downvote feature within the Tweets. However, the twist is that the users can’t see the download replies instead Twitter will use it to identify the relevancy of the reply.

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