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Twitter Fleets Still Accessible After 24 Hours Due to Bug – PCMag AU

Twitter fleets are supposed to expire after 24 hours, but a bug has allowed users to view and download the posts long after that point.

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When it comes to social media, permanent posts aren’t always the best solution. Whether you want to share excitement about that delicious burger you just ate or need to vent about the hard times in your life, a quick post that disappears after a certain amount of time is often ideal.
That’s the idea behind Twitter’s new disappearing tweet feature, otherwise known as “fleets.” Like the Stories feature on Snapchat or Instagram, they’re meant to allow users to share post that disappear…

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