Twitter Moved the Appeals Process for Suspended and Locked-Out Accounts In-App

The social network claims responses are 60 percent quicker than via its online form

Action is not immediate, as Twitter still needs to reach decisions on each case Twitter

Twitter moved the appeals process for users who are suspended or locked out of their accounts from an online form to a way to complete the process directly within its flagship applications.

@9Number9 david.cohen@adweek.com David Cohen is editor of Adweek's Social Pro Daily.