Twitter went live with CoTweets, a new feature that allows two users to collaborate on a tweet or co-tweet a post together.
Earlier this year, a rumor surfaced about Twitter working on a new feature allowing multiple users to co-author a tweet. Now Twitter has finally announced CoTweets by going live with it. The new Twitter feature allows two users to collaborate on one tweet or co-tweet a post together.
CoTweets are like regular tweets, but users have to invite another user to co-author a post in CoTweets. The co-author should have to be someone that follows you on Twitter and has a public account. You can CoTweet with only one user at the moment. Any user can then quote, retweet, and comment on these tweets. However, CoTweets cannot be promoted, and only the original author or the one who sends out the CoTweets invitation can pin a CoTweets. It can be identified by both authors' names and profile pictures, and it will be visible to both the authors' followers.
The feature CoTweets is currently going live only for some selected users in select regions like Korea, Canada, and the US, and as it is still being tested, it is yet to see a wider rollout.