Twitter is testing a snooze feature to let you pause push notifications
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Twitter is testing a new feature that lets you snooze notifications from its app for a short period of time. The feature, which was discovered by app researcher Jane Manchun Wong in the code for Twitter’s Android app, allows you to pause push notifications for one, three, or 12 hours at a time. This will prevent the app from generating push notifications, but you’ll still be able to see them inside the app’s notification menu.
We’ve seen snooze functionality built into other apps in the past. WhatsApp, for example, already allows you to mute notifications on a chat-by-chat basis for either 8 hours, a week, or a year at a time. It’s a great feature for those times when you want to remove distractions without stopping an app’s…