Twitter Halts Test of ‘Heads Up’ Warning Prompts

User feedback was not favorable


Twitter pulled the plug on its test of a Heads Up prompt to warn people who were about to join potentially heated discussions.

Product lead for conversational safety Christine Su told Kurt Wagner of Bloomberg during a Twitter Spaces chat Friday that user feedback on the feature was not favorable

A spokesperson for the social network confirmed the pause, saying, “This was a limited experiment, so only a small bucket of randomized accounts were even eligible to get prompts.

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