Social media X continually offers exclusivity to its premium customers. Photo/TechStory
SAN FRANCISCO – Social media X (formerly Twitter) continually offers exclusivity to its premium customers. Now X gives them the option to hide posts they like.
That way, premium subscribers can hide their likes tab from public view. When enabled, the tab disappears completely from the X Premium user profile.
Quoted from The Verge page, Friday (15/9/2023), Elon Musk once said he wanted to make X a private social media platform. But currently the desire is still limited to premium users.
It is not yet known whether the hide likes feature can still be enjoyed or not if the user stops subscribing. What is clear is that this feature is quite useful, considering that over the years quite a few famous figures have been caught in disgrace for liking sensitive posts.
In 2017, Ted Cruz’s official account liked a pornographic clip, with the senator blaming a staffer who he said had pressed the wrong buttons. A similar thing happened to pop star Harry Styles in 2014 and also happened to Samuel L. Jackson.