New Delhi: Twitter is rolling out changes to make community notes more prominent on the platform. Soon if users have replied, liked or retweeted something that was later corrected by the community, you’ll get a notification about it. Community Notes has announced the new update on its official Twitter handle. This will boost the impact of contributors’ efforts and help ensure that context is shown everywhere that might be helpful.
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Elon Musk said Twitter is arguably the least inaccurate source of truth on the Internet, but it still has a long way to go. He further added that enabling Community Notes to operate at a very large scale and providing maximum transparency about how Twitter operates were fundamental to building trust.
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It has started working in web app and will soon be available on iOS and Android platforms. Elon Musk shared the tweet of Community Notes. “Notifications coming soon if you replied, liked or retweeted something that was later corrected by the community,” he tweeted.
What are Community Notes?
As the name suggests, it is a community To better inform voluntary contributors on Twitter and empower people on Twitter to collaboratively add useful notes to Tweets that can be misleading. Simply put, they are fact-checkers.
“Contributors are people on Twitter just like you, who sign up to write and rate. The more people who participate, the better the program becomes,” noted the Community Notes page.