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You will now be able to see who liked your post as Meta’s threads app is rolling out a new feature. As per the news, the company was testing the new feature on Android a week ago, and over the weekend made it available for all the users.
Meta launched Threads on July 6. It is Instagram’s answer to X (formerly Twitter’s). Threads was quick to get 100 million users, in just 5 days. Since then, there have been many incidents of Threads losing their users to X.
Process of Enabling the New Feature
To view or to find the liked post you have to go to Settings > Your likes, which is easily accessible through the profile page.
Besides the ability to view liked posts, Meta has included a new media upload quality option. As it allows you to upload higher-quality photos and videos. You can find this option under Settings > Account > Media quality.
Threads now also enables users to arrange their following list using the ‘Latest first’ and ‘Earlier first’ criteria. To view it, go to your profile, tap the follower’s face pile under your bio, and then select the “Following” tab.
Mark Zuckerberg hinted shortly that the platform is set to receive major updates. The updates such as post searches and Web Versions in the coming weeks.
What Does Threads’ Future Hold?
For becoming the undisputed leader in the social media platform, Threads has a long way to go. Because it lacks many of the commonly used features that provide ease of use for the users. The sooner it learns what it can add to keep the users intact on the platform, the usage time of the app will rise significantly. Hence, making it advertisers’ favorite place to run ads, helping in generating revenue from the app.
X formerly Twitter had its set of problems but is a better option than threads. The usability features, and its long-standing history of being a most-used platform, by celebs and politicians around the world make it a go-to app. Unless Threads gives users some unique feature that can keep them stuck to the platform, it would be a tough road for growth.