You can move any tweet with the use of Koo’s “migration” tool, except replies, likes, and reshares of other people’s tweets. The creators of Koo provide their opinions on Elon Musk’s use of Twitter. We’ll look through their comments and the new Koo features to see how they compare to Twitter.
The Indian version of Twitter, Koo, is launching a “migrate” function that enables you to move all of your tweets from Twitter to Koo. Koo’s founders discuss Elon Musk’s management of Twitter and the overall moderating issue there.
The Indian version of Twitter, Koo, is launching a “migrate” function that enables you to move all of your tweets from Twitter to Koo. Koo co-founder and CEO Aprameya Radhakrishna hopes that this new function will aid you in avoiding “intellectual murder” brought on by account suspensions on Twitter that are the result of Elon Musk’s whims and fancies.
NEW KOO FEATURE: TWEET MIGRATION TOOL
Go to Koo settings; the migrate button is there. All of your tweets will be transferred to Koo if you click on it and follow the on-screen instructions.
Remarkably, likes, shares, and responses are not moved.
Not only would all of the user’s following accounts be migrated, if they were already accessible on Koo, but it’s not just tweets.
Mr. Radhakrishna comments on the Elon-Twitter scenario to Press Trust of India (via Yourstory): “It is unfathomable in this day and age that one guy has the power to erase every evidence of your digital life and innovation. A $44 billion, billionaire’s toy cannot be used as a pawn to control history or creativity “.
“With Koo, everyone has the same chance to express themselves in the language of their choosing and to save their ideas for future generations. So go ahead and leave Twitter and interact on a website that will really liberate you “He adds.
Mayank Bidawatka has also expressed his disapproval of the way Twitter is currently being governed.