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In July, there were some major announcements from Twitter, the tech giant you might have missed. Here is a recap of the news and updates on Twitter below:

Product news

July 13: Your Tweets=Your Space

Your Tweets = Your space. Now you can change who can reply to you even after you Tweet.

This new conversation experience is here for everyone. Twitter is just getting started with features to help you feel safer Tweeting and have more meaningful conversations

You can find the Tweet here.

July 14: Goodbye to Fleets

Twitter had big hopes for Fleets, but now it’s time to say goodbye and take flight with other ideas. Starting August 3, Fleets will no longer be available.

You can find our Tweet thread here.

July 15: Twitter rolls out captions for voice Tweets

Twitter has taken the feedback and is doing the work. To improve accessibility features, captions for voice Tweets is available since July 15. You can find the Tweet here.

July 20:  Twitter Refreshes Terms of Service and Privacy Policy

Twitter has refreshed its Terms of Service and Privacy Policy! The updates will go into effect on August 19. For a summary of what’s changing. You can find the Tweet here.

July 20: Twitter rolls out TweetDeck

On July 20, Twitter rolled out a preview of the new and improved version of TweetDeck to a limited number of accounts, with enhanced functionality that incorporates more of what you see on https://twitter.com/.

You can find the Tweet thread here and here is an update on some of the features tested.

July 28: Knowing Where Your Twitter Account Stands

Knowing where your account stands is important. Twitter is testing a new way of letting you know — right when you log in.

If your account is locked or suspended, some of you will start seeing a banner making that clear.

You can find the Tweet here.

Health news

July 1: Generation Equality Forum

As part of @UNWomen #GenerationEquality Forum, Twitter is committing to the @WebFoundation’s framework to end online gender-based violence.

You can find theTweet thread here.

July 1: Twitter to test new label design

For some people on the web, Twitter will be testing a new label design with more context to help you better understand why a Tweet may be misleading.

You can find the Tweet here.

July 14: An update to the Twitter Transparency Center

Amid an increasingly complex global landscape, continued transparency around Twitter’s effort to protect the public conversation is paramount. See more about the 18th update to the Twitter Transparency Center. You can find the Tweet here and blog here.