All future Twitter/X posts will instead be delivered to your followers and the wider public, whether they are professional announcements about your career achievements or carnal fantasies about your favourite celebrity. Instead, all future Twitter/X posts will be delivered to your followers and the wider public, whether they’re professional announcements about your career achievements or carnal fantasies about your favourite celebrity.
Twitter/X is disabling CirclesYou can still
set your whole Twitter/X profile to private
if you don’t want random people reading and interacting with your posts. There will be no way to filter which followers see which posts.
Cowards, stop using Twitter Circles. Private your account.
It’s not clear what will become of previous Circle posts. The ideal scenario is that they remain private and only accessible to those users who originally shared them. The nightmare scenario is that they suddenly become public, revealing all your thirsty daydreams and snarky asides for the world and your employer to see.Mashable has reached out to Twitter/X for clarification.But if you do have any Twitter/X posts that you don’t want to be public, perhaps consider just deleting them now. Even if Twitter/X promises to keep your posts private, there have been glitches in the past. You might not want your professional and social reputation to be put at risk by this company.