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Twitter makes likes easier to use in its twttr prototype app. (Nobody tell Jack.)

On the one hand, youve got Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey lamenting the like buttons existence, and threatening to just kill the thing off entirely for incentivizing the wrong kind of behavior. On the other hand, you have twttr Twitters prototype app where the company is testing new concepts including, most recently, a way to make liking tweets even easier than before.
Confused about Twitters product direction? Apparently, so is the company.
In the latest version of the twttr prototype, released on Thursday, users are now able to swipe right to left on any tweet in order to like it. Previously, this gesture only worked on tweets in conversation threads, where the engagement buttons had been hidden. With the change, however, the swipe works anywhere including the Home timeline, the Notifications tab, your Profile page, or even within Twitter Search results. In other words, it becomes a more universal gesture.


You like their Tweets. Swipe right and really show them. No seriously, you can now swipe right on any Tweet on twttr to like it on your Home timeline, notifications tab, profile page, or search results.
Twitter Support (@TwitterSupport) April 25, 2019
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