Elon Musk Announces Return of Headlines on X Platform

Elon Musk has announced that X, previously known as Twitter, will reinstate the display of headlines in preview cards with links in the upcoming update. This decision comes after the removal of titles from linked articles last month. However, Musk did not provide additional details about the update, therefore the exact timeline for the change remains unclear. Musk initially teased the platform’s change in August, asserting that the adjustment was intended to improve the aesthetics of the platform.

The decision to bring back headlines on the X platform comes after the removal of titles from linked articles last month. Elon Musk, the founder of X Corp., did not provide specific details about the upcoming update, leaving the exact timeline for the change unclear. Musk initially hinted at the platform’s change in August, stating that the adjustment aimed to enhance the platform’s aesthetics.

The reinstatement of headlines in preview cards with links on the X platform was announced by Elon Musk, the founder of X Corp. This decision follows the removal of titles from linked articles last month. However, Musk did not disclose additional details about the update, leaving the exact timeline for the change uncertain. Musk had previously hinted at the platform’s change in August, emphasizing that the adjustment was intended to improve the platform’s aesthetics.

Elon Musk, the founder of X Corp., has revealed that X, previously known as Twitter, will reintroduce the display of headlines in preview cards with links in the upcoming update. This move comes after the removal of titles from linked articles last month. However, Musk did not provide further details about the update, leading to uncertainty about the exact timeline for the change. Musk had initially teased the platform’s change in August, stating that the adjustment was aimed at enhancing the platform’s aesthetics.

Elon Musk, the founder of X Corp., announced that X, previously known as Twitter, will reinstate the display of headlines in preview cards with links in the upcoming update. This decision comes after the removal of titles from linked articles last month. However, Musk did not provide additional details about the update, therefore the exact timeline for the change remains unclear. Musk initially teased the platform’s change in August, asserting that the adjustment was intended to improve the aesthetics of the platform.