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Twitter tests new “Snooze” button to pause notifications on user’s choice

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A new leak revealed that Twitter sharing platform is testing a good ‘Snooze’ button that allows users to pause notifications, a feature that is required for many users around the world.

According to the daily mail, “Jane Manchun Wong,” a security researcher from Hong Kong, revealed that Twitter is testing a new “snooze” button that allows the users to pause notifications, which is very new. “Twitter is testing the feature, allowing users to turn off notifications for 1, 3, or 12 hours”.

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“Snooze” appears as a bell button at the top of the tab, according to Ms. Wong.

Users will be able to press this button, choose how long they want to pause notifications, and once the button is activated, you won’t receive any notifications. If you want to see notifications during this time, you can still see them on the tab.

“I came across this new Snooze button by looking at the code below the Twitter app for Android phones,” Ms. Wong said.

Read also: Twitter’s “Lights out” will be available for Android devices in mid-September

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