Twitter’s Latest Update: Daily Limit on Post Views     

Typically, social networking sites want you to spend all of your time there so they can learn more about your interests, use that knowledge to serve you with appropriate ads, and make money. Twitter, on the other hand, is the first social media site to restrict the number of posts you may access each day before being blocked.

Elon Musk, the owner of Twitter, said on July 20, 2023 that the social media site had temporarily imposed daily caps on the quantity of posts that users may access. To stop “extreme amounts of data scraping & system manipulation,” the restrictions were put in place.

The following restrictions were in effect.

  • There is a daily reading cap of 6,000 posts for verified users.
  • Reading limits for unverified accounts are set at 600 per day.
  • The daily reading cap for new, unverified accounts is 300 posts.
  • The restrictions were then raised by Musk to 10,000, 1,000, and 500 postings per day, respectively.

Users’ reactions to the new constraints have been mixed. The restrictions have drawn criticism for being excessively tight, while some have defended them as an essential safeguard against exploitation of the site.

How long the new restrictions will be in effect is unknown. Musk has described them as “temporary,” but he hasn’t said when they would be lifted.

There was a widespread appearance of the “Rate limit exceeded” notification among Twitter users. This would cause the user’s timeline to freeze and prevent any fresh tweets from being seen. They were further irritated by the message, which instructed them to “wait a while, and then try again.”

In addition, there is no feedback as to whether or not you have reached your daily tweet limit. It’s also unclear how many times seeing the same tweet will count towards your limit. We have a lot of questions, and we have faith that Musk will answer them all as soon as possible.

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