Contributors are empowered to collaboratively add notes to potentially misleading tweets that could affect the media and its users. Consequently, the readers are given the opportunity to rate the notes that authors left about the image.
According to Twitter, if a note was deemed helpful from its ratings, it will be publicly shown on a Tweet to provide better context, to clarify misconceptions, and debunk false information.
In previous reports, X has launched community notes on images further addressing AI-generated images and edited photos that may be misleading.
In the tweet, it was stated that notes on images will automatically show up on posts that contain matching images across the platform.
This also includes a brief description of the note’s current status and other necessary details (views, number of matching images, tags, and more).
Now, X expanded the community notes feature on videos to add context to AI-generated videos, edited clips and more.
Accordingly, contributors that have a writing impact of 10 or above are allowed to write notes on images and videos.
Following X’s recent rebranding, the platform is gradually improving its features and functions as a leading application that adapts to timely and relevant changes. The transition showcases their ability to cope with the latest online needs.
Definitely, the implementation of community notes on texts, images, and videos, are extremely helpful in combating misinformation.