Twitter has recently announced an innovative push to enhance its accessibility options on the platform. This is to ensure that tweets can be utilized and accessed by all potential users – including people with disabilities.
Twitter had earlier announced voice tweets in June for iOS. Now, the company announced that its “commitment to make Twitter more inclusive for the disabled community” is still in the testing phase. A dedicated team is working for greater tooling, accessibility, and advocacy spanning all of its functionalities.
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Voice tweets enable an easy way out for users who are unable to type via keyboards – to engage and participate in any broader discussion.