Ladies and gentlemen, gather ’round, let’s hear the latest tech news, From the world of Meta. Mark Zuckerberg, has revealed the current situation about his new social media app, Threads.
Threads soared high, with a hundred million users, Within five days, they all came along. But now Mark admits, with a humble sigh, That half those users waved goodbye.
According to Mark the Meta boss “We’re not there yet,” he candidly confessed, But hope is not lost, he’s not distressed. New features will come, he assures with delight, To keep users engaged, day and night.
Threads faced criticism when it was new, with limited functions, and a lot of negative feedback. But Meta stepped in, with a plan in hand, and they have since added new features such as separate “following” and “for you”‘ feeds.
Chris Cox, the chief product pro, Said, they are making plans to increase audience retention on the platform by using Instagram, a powerful glue, To bring people back, for instance, they are working on ensuring Instagram users can seamlessly access important Threads content since the two platforms are closely linked, requiring users to have an Instagram account to sign up for Threads.
Mark also provided updates on Meta’s ambitious venture into the virtual reality world called the Metaverse. While progress on augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) technology is on track, he projected that it might not reach mainstream adoption until the next decade.
On a lighter note, Zuckerberg addressed the intriguing topic of a proposed cage fight with fellow tech titan Elon Musk. While both had indicated interest in the bout, Zuckerberg remained uncertain about its actualization during the call.
As Meta focuses on refining Threads and further developing the Metaverse, the company remains committed to addressing user feedback and continuously improving its products and services.