Users have been asking for weeks for a version that works on their computers. Soon, the company is expected to fulfil the wish.
Meta Platforms plans to launch a web version of its X rival Threads within days, the Wall Street Journal reported.
A Threads desktop version will be arriving in the coming weeks, Meta Platforms CEO Mark Zuckerberg has said.
Meta Platforms executives are focused heavily on boosting retention on their new Twitter rival, Threads.
Meta reported a strong rise in advertising revenue, topping Wall Street targets and sending its shares soaring.
Meta’s Threads is adding four new features, including a much-requested chronological timeline. A web version is coming, too.
“And soon we shall bid adieu to the twitter brand and, gradually, all the birds,” Elon Musk tweeted on Sunday.
Meta Platforms’ “Twitter killer” Threads got off to a rollicking start, but now engagement appears to be plunging.
There is essentially zero chance that Twitter, as it exists now, could be reconstituted on another platform.
Threads, could generate some serious cash for Meta Platforms in the next couple of years, according to Evercore ISI.