Twitter Helps Its Muslim Users Celebrate Ramadan

Ramadan is underway, and Twitter launched several initiatives to help its Muslim users celebrate their holy month.


Ramadan is underway, and Twitter launched several initiatives to help its Muslim users celebrate their holy month.

Twitter media partnerships director, Middle East Kinda Ibrahim said in a blog post that tweets about last year’s Ramadan were seen 8.4 billion times, on and off Twitter–adding that the most discussed topics include food, travel and shopping–and she provided details on the social network’s offerings for this year’s Ramadan.

The Twitter crescent moon emoji for Ramadan will appear if any of the following hashtags are included in tweets:

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