The latest version of Twitter’s API provides a means of reporting broken links, a feature which was previously restricted to a select few websites.
A new feature for users of Twitter API will allow users to report broken links and even remove broken links from their Twitter feeds.
The new feature is the latest step in the evolution of Twitter, the social network that has long been seen as the ideal platform for sharing information and information sharing.
The company has been criticised for allowing so many websites to use the API, and the new feature will allow Twitter to remove sites that are broken.
It will be available to users in Australia, Canada, Brazil, Chile, France, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Israel, Japan, Mexico, New Zealand, Norway, Peru, Russia, Singapore, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Thailand, United Kingdom, United States, and many more countries.
Twitter declined to comment.
Twitter has previously had a system where users could report broken sites, but users were only able to remove links that they considered malicious.
Users would have to provide screenshots of their links, and Twitter would then have to confirm they were legitimate.
Using this new system, users will be able to report links that are currently broken, and they can also take action to prevent them from happening in the future.
For example, users can report broken link using the new system and remove the link from their account.
This new feature also allows users to remove a link that has been broken and prevent it from happening again.
Users can also use the new option to report an unsupported or duplicate URL.
If you think a link on your timeline is broken, you can report it using the report link tool.
It will tell you how many times the link has been used on your account, the url, and if it is broken.
You can also remove a linked page from your timeline.
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