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Elon Musk wants to take out likes & retweets to clean up Twitter/X timelines

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X (formerly Twitter) CEO Elon Musk has confirmed plans to ditch the like and retweet buttons from user feeds, potentially redefining how we interact with content on the platform.


Responding to a post about the possibility of hiding like and retweet counts, Musk gave a definitive answer: “That is definitely happening.”




This means the familiar heart icon and retweet arrow will disappear from your timeline, although the number of views for each post will remain visible. So, while you won't be able to publicly like or retweet directly from the feed, you'll still have an idea of a post’s reach.







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