It turned out there was no need to check the mood.
Twitter quietly ended its brief push to preemptively warn users that things could get “heated or intense” in tweet responses. The characteristic, announced on October 6thIt was initially positioned as a test and appeared as part of Twitter’s larger “Conversation health“Initiative.
Cheer up, read an example warning. “Conversations like this can be intense.”
Bloomberg reporter Kurt Wagner first reported on the news, and wrote that Twitter product manager …