Amongst all the varied happenings at Twitter, what with the rollout of Twitter Blue, the confusion around checkmarks, the rule changes, and retractions – amid all of that, this looks as if an odd replace.
Sure, now, once you see a cashtag within the app (like, say, $META), you’ll be capable to get a pricing graph for that inventory by tapping by means of on the tag hyperlink, which can be displayed above any tweets that additionally embrace that tag.
I don’t know. I can’t think about inventory merchants had been pushing to get this data added. And whereas it does add some fascinating context to the encompassing tweet dialogue, it doesn’t seem to be it might have been a precedence addition by any stretch.
However it’s there now – so for those who needed to go looking, say, $TSLA…
Okay, perhaps don’t search that one, and positively don’t tweet about it, lest you incur the Chief Twit’s wrath.
As famous, it’s an fascinating addition, simply appears to have been added at an odd time.
However, there it’s, whereas Twitter additionally notes that it’ll look to increase its protection of inventory symbols within the coming months.