With an end goal to turn into a kinder social network, Twitter is trying a capacity that requests that clients rethink what they share prior to crushing the send button.

In 2020, the famously harmful network tried prompts urging clients to stop and reexamine conceivably mean or hostile answers prior to posting them. In light of criticism from the preliminary, Twitter decided the work to be compelling. On Wednesday, the company declared it would start carrying out the prompts across iOS and Android, starting with English-language accounts.

The prompts “resulted in individuals sending less possibly hostile answers across the help, and improved conduct on Twitter,” an item administrator and planner wrote in a post to the company’s blog. Overall, created 11% less hostile answers moving advances. The prompts additionally effectively diminished the measure of “harmful or hostile” reactions individuals got, the company found.

The prompts being carried out this week are altogether improved from the early tests, the blog entry guarantees. “In early tests, individuals were some of the time provoked pointlessly on the grounds that the calculations driving the prompts battled to catch the subtlety in numerous discussions and frequently didn’t separate between conceivably hostile language, sarcasm, and amicable chat,” they added.

By urging individuals to waver prior to posting, Twitter desires to keep clients from hurriedly sending unfortunate substance while defeat by feeling. “We’re attempting to urge individuals to reexamine their conduct and reconsider their language prior to posting since they regularly are seemingly out of the blue and they may say something they lament,” Sunita Saligram, Twitter’s worldwide head of site strategy for trust and safety, told media.

The stage has different policies set up to police less nuanced, more forceful posts: Twitter clients are denied from focusing on others with bigot or misogynist figures of speech, corrupting substance or slurs. Upholding this is a daunting task, and between January and June of 2020, move was made against more than 584,000 records for abusing derisive lead policies, media revealed.