who can comment on their updates – in order to tackle the on-platform discussions.

This new addition lets users control who can comment on their posts among the options like ‘anyone’, ‘connections only’, and ‘no one’. A few months back, Twitter also added a reply control button to limit the visibility of posts.

As mentioned by LinkedIn – “For example, you might want to ask your connections, who you know and trust, for a particular piece of advice. Or you may want to ask an industry question just to a specific group you are a member of.”

Source: SocialMediaToday