Product Café: What is Twitter Circle?
Product Management, UX, Startups, and more — freshly curated by Zeda.io.
Hello, all you product-loving folks!
The weekend is here!🍿
Welcome to this week’s edition of Product cafe, your weekend cup of coffee for everything product management, start-ups, and more. 📩
First things first, Twitter got acquired recently. This very well sums it up.
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Now that Twitter has been acquired by Elon Musk, there is so much rage around what will happen to free speech and many other features. That’s where the Twitter circle has come to light.
The new feature that lets you share tweets with select smaller crowd.
Since the social media platform claims the new function will only be available to "some of you" for the time being, here's how it works:
To begin, you will select up to 150 individuals, regardless of whether or not you will follow them. Then, while tweeting, use the option 'Twitter Circle' to limit your tweet to only the individuals you've chosen.
What are your thoughts about this newly introduced feature?
How long will it take for Web3 to go mainstream?
While crypto adoption is already underway, one program, in particular, has the ability to catapult crypto into the everyday lives of everyone — Web3.
Blockchain technology has been rebranded as Web3. According to startup market intelligence firm Pitchbook, investment in web3 businesses has jumped to $23.7 billion, and celebrities and musicians have been flocking to support all things crypto.
What I have come to understand is that the barrier preventing Web 3 from becoming widespread is that it may be too "complicated or unsafe to use," preventing many people from participating.
Dan Hughes, founder of Web3 startup Radix DLT and a cryptographer who spent years single-handedly designing his own version of blockchain technology says;
“The majority of people involved in this space at the moment are quite tech-savvy and willing to take on risk. But when you are talking to Bill the plumber in the local pub, he isn't really interested in understanding all of the technical complexity that is currently required to be able to use this stuff. He doesn't want to have to worry about the risk of it being stolen or losing his keys,"
While you're trying to track down user feedback data, wireframes, and attempting to plan one-on-ones, another important aspect of your work that frequently goes unnoticed is Stakeholder Management.☝️⚡
Let's talk more about it with the Industry Experts; Prashant Mahajan; Founder of Zeda.io and Rajeev Samuel, Group Product Manager at LeadSquared about the vision, expected outcomes, and strategies for Stakeholders' Management.
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Rounding off here👋🏼.
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