We're working on two Tŵt-dedicated apps, one for Android one for iOS. They are both forks of popular open source Mastodon apps and we've gathered permission to fork and re-brand with some minor changes to make your Tŵt experience even better.
Both apps will be fully available in Welsh and English language versions.
Keep an eye out for release details, but for now enjoy a sneak peek:
Toots are, by design, hard to find. Part of the underlying privacy features means there is no full text search. We err on the side of making it possible for you to restrict who can interact with you and your content.
This is part of the larger effort to prevent people finding content they disagree with and piling in to abuse the author, or finding content about them and jumping in to self-promote or steal the thread.
Thanks to some great feedback from our friends at SaySomethingInWelsh we are adding the hashtag #ymarfer – if you see the tag please consider replying as this will likely be a Welsh learner somewhere in the world looking to practise their written Welsh online!
A simple way to get your content onto Tŵt is to automatically post to your Tŵt account when your Twitter feed updates. This could be when you Tweet something or when your Twitter account is updated by another source like Wordpress or LinkedIn.
To crosspost automatically you'll need to connect your Twitter account to your Tŵt account using a crossposter service.