After getting a plethora of demands and feedback, Meta finally brought a new feature to delete the threads account separately, while before, when you delete the account, it also takes the Instagram account. This feature has begun rolling out and is available to users gradually with new updates.
If you have updated the application recently, then you can check the feature. To do that, just go to the settings, click on account, select delete or deactivate profile, and touch the delete button. Along with this feature, Mosseri also disclosed new improvements that will make it easy for the user to see Thread posts directly on Facebook and Instagram. This will help to grow your account reach and gain audience attention to your posts easily. To control this unit, you can check out some new control options under the privacy section.
With all these new features, the company wants to make sure that it is working according to user convenience because it wants to set the threads as the best information sharing platform than any other applications. If we observe, the working and interface are fully inspired by the X (formerly Twitter) application, so, therefore, it is quickly addressing the issues of the users and making the experience better so they can compete.
Apart from these features, some users are demanding some new features like hashtags and discovery, which could make the app work and make it easier to reach related content. However, there are no indications about this. As these functionalities are common for all social media apps, it is possible that the company will give alternatives that make them more useful and make them stand out.
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