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Threads Meta’s Here’s what you need to know about the potential ‘Twitter Killer’

Threads Meta's new social media app

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Threads Meta’s, the parent company of Facebook and Instagram, has launched Threads, a new social media app. Threads is designed to be a more personal and private way to connect with friends and family.

Threads is a standalone app that is linked to your Instagram account. This means you can use your Instagram username and password to sign up for Threads. Once you are signed in, you can start sharing text updates, photos, and videos with your followers.

Threads also includes a number of features that are not available on Instagram, such as:

  • Stories: Threads Stories are ephemeral posts that disappear after 24 hours. This makes them a good way to share more personal updates without worrying about them being seen by a wider audience.
  • Direct Messages: Threads allows you to send direct messages to your followers. This is a great way to have private conversations with your friends and family.
  • Activity: Threads shows you a feed of your friends’ activity on the app. This includes things like new posts, Stories, and direct messages.

Threads is still in its early stages, but it has the potential to be a popular social media app. The app is focused on privacy and personalization, which are two things that are important to many users. Additionally, the app is integrated with Instagram, which gives it a built-in audience.

It will be interesting to see how Threads performs in the long term. However, the app has a number of strengths that could make it a success.


Threads is a new app from the parent company of Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp. The platform looks a lot like Twitter, with a feed of largely text-based posts — although users can also post photos and videos — where people can have real-time conversations.

Meta said messages posted to Threads will have a 500-character limit. Similar to Twitter, users can reply to, repost and quote others’ Threads posts. But the app also blends Instagram’s existing aesthetic and navigation system and offers the ability to share posts from Threads directly to Instagram Stories.

Thread Meta’s accounts can also be listed as public or private. Verified Instagram accounts are automatically verified on Threads.

Many Twitter users have expressed desire for an alternative since Musk took over the platform late last year. Frequent technical issues and policy changes have sent some noteworthy Twitter users heading for the exits.

Meta has at least one significant leg up on Twitter: the size of its existing user base. Meta is hoping to capture at least some of its more than two billion global active Instagram users with the new app. That’s compared to Twitter’s active user base, which is somewhere around 250 million.

Here are some of the pros and cons of Threads:


  • Privacy: Threads is more focused on privacy than other social media platforms. By default, Threads posts are only visible to your followers.
  • Personalization: Threads allows you to customize your experience by choosing who you follow and what kind of content you see.
  • Integration: Threads is integrated with Instagram, which gives it a built-in audience.


  • Lack of features: Threads is still in its early stages, so it lacks some of the features that are available on other social media platforms.
  • Small user base: Threads is still a relatively new app, so it has a small user base.

Overall, Threads is a promising social media app with a number of strengths. However, the app still needs to add some features and grow its user base before it can truly compete with other social media platforms.

What do you think of Threads? Do you think it has the potential to be a successful social media app?