10 comments

  • Mitchel CabuloyMitchel Cabuloy, 6 years ago

    I like the idea. I like the intent. I'm not so sure about how to execute this though. A chat room with more than 50 people trying to talk all at once? That doesn't seem like it would work with the "chat room" model.

    2 points
  • Giovanni HobbinsGiovanni Hobbins, 6 years ago

    Really well thought-through idea. A good exercise in product design in general.

    But at what point would Twitter be sacrificing the simplicity and clarity of their offering? I already thought that Moments felt tacked on. Adding groups to Twitter feels like it's trying to be everything to everyone. But then again, I barely use it so maybe I'm just grumpy.

    2 points
    • , 6 years ago

      That's a great point. I thought about that too...and to be honest I think it might make the product a little bloated but I feel that because this might be a good trojan horse to get new users interested in Twitter (more than Moments is) and be contained in it's own separate tab, it should be part of the core app. But yeah...I'm not sure. It might be too much.

      0 points
  • Kyle GillenKyle Gillen, 6 years ago

    Great case study. But that's a whole bunch of writing to essentially merge Whatsapp & Twitter.

    2 points
  • Ömer Akyürek, almost 6 years ago

    Awesome idea daniel, but how are you going to handle spam? Twitter is pretty well known for it's spammy users and it can get outta control pretty quickly.

    0 points
  • Kevin LetchfordKevin Letchford, 6 years ago

    Really Like this idea, i could imagine using it while watching live events or tv shows. But do you think it be could be used to make Twitter money?

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  • Matt CastilloMatt Castillo, 6 years ago

    This reminds me a lot of how people are now using Slack to build communities. Really great idea for improving Twitter.

    0 points
  • ja krish, 6 years ago

    How twitter's list vary from this ?

    0 points