Back in July, Twitter announced plans to pilot a new change that would allow users to downvote tweet replies. At the time, Twitter said it was only testing the feature on iOS. But that seems to be changing now as Twitter is reportedly planning to expand the feature to more users.
According to prolific reverse engineer Jane Manchun Wong, Twiter is working on expanding the downvote button to the web.
Twitter is working on Downvote button for web after testing it for iOS pic.twitter.com/jd0V8sAsjK
— Jane Manchun Wong (@wongmjane) October 21, 2021
In fact, some Twitter users on the web are already seeing the downvote button appear on tweet replies.
Twitter starts testing downvoting on replies. Got this option for a few tweets today. pic.twitter.com/ciVXuHAcqu
— Ketan Pratap (@pratapketan) October 19, 2021
The change hasn’t rolled out widely and seems to be limited to select users. The downvote button only appears on replies and not on the tweet itself. It appears just beside the like …