Meta's Threads app has introduced a new update that allows users to see their liked posts. This feature was initially tested on Android beta and has now been rolled out to all users. To access your liked posts, navigate to Settings > Your Likes from the profile page within the Threads app. This feature sets Threads apart from platforms like Twitter, where liked posts are typically accessed through a separate "Likes" tab on the user's profile.
In addition to the ability to view liked posts, Meta has introduced other enhancements. A new media upload quality option has been added, accessible through Settings > Account > Media quality. This feature enables users to upload images and videos in higher quality, enhancing the visual content shared on the platform.
Furthermore, Threads now offers improved functionality for sorting the following list. Users can choose to organize their following list based on criteria such as "Latest first" and "Earlier first." To access this feature, go to your profile, tap the followers facepile below your bio, and navigate to the 'Following' tab.
Although these updates are relatively small in scale, they contribute to the overall user experience of the Threads app. Mark Zuckerberg has also indicated that more highly requested features, such as post search and a web version, will be added to the app in the coming weeks.
Threads, which was launched recently, gained considerable popularity with 100 million users signing up within the first five days. Despite this impressive start, data from various analytics sources suggests a decline in the app's usage over time.