On Wednesday, Twitter will begin testing a feature, called “Fleets,” that will allow you to post photos, videos, and text that disappear after a short period of time.
If it sounds familiar, that’s because it’s nothing other than the long-awaited debut of stories on the social platform.
Facebook started the rip-off race when it built a stories feature into Instagram in 2016.
In September 2016, BuzzFeed News argued it would be a ”no brainer” for Twitter to copy stories.
“Since you follow people on Twitter because you’re interested in what they’re saying and doing, you could expect their Twitter Stories to be relevant to you in a way that transcends mere friendship,” this news website argued.

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