Twitter begins testing Fleets in India, Netizens give hilarious reactions through memes

Twitter today launched its much-anticipated Fleets feature for its Indian users. This latest feature will permit users of the micro-blogging site to share a tweet, photos, and even videos that will be available on their profile for only 24 hours. It is a similar feature like Instagram stories and WhatsApp status.

Aside from the tweets disappearing in 24 hours, other options like Likes, Retweets or public replies to these tweets will not be available. Users can share texts, photos, GIFs, and videos through Fleets. Twitter confirmed that it is testing the new feature on its official Indian account.

Announcing the feature on his Twitter, product lead of the site and co-founder of Periscope, Kayvon Beykpour introduced it for the Indian users.

He wrote, “Namaste! Starting today, Fleets are coming to India. If you’re in India, check it out and let us know what you think! #FleetsFeedback“.

Take a look-

https://twitter.com/kayvz/status/1270358937917743110?s=20

Twitter India also shared the news, it read, “Testing, testing… We’re testing a way for you to think out loud without the Likes, Retweets, or replies, called Fleets! Best part? They disappear after 24 hours.”

Check it out here-

After the launch of fleet Netizens are coming up with mixed reactions and hilarious memes. Check some out-

https://twitter.com/jhampakjhum/status/1270390390768664576?s=20
https://twitter.com/indianpunner/status/1270392314465116161?s=20
https://twitter.com/pappi__boss/status/1270390168109887489?s=20
https://twitter.com/Okay_Bye___/status/1270397578790809600?s=19
https://twitter.com/theesmaarkhan/status/1270416501707685888?s=19
https://twitter.com/iamjitusrivas/status/1270395936116801536?s=19
https://twitter.com/badtamez_memer/status/1270406048726147074?s=19

Fleets will be available for everyone in India on Twitter for iOS and Android in the coming days in updated app versions.

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