Twitter has in the recent past been introducing a bunch of new features to its app, some original, some copied from other social media apps. One such feature is Fleets, an Instagram stories-like feature and now it is getting improvement users are unhappy about.

Users, commonly referred to as tweeps have recently noticed that the fleet section at the top of the app is now showing random fleets from people you don’t follow.

Reports say the new Fleets design from non-followers have a grey lightning bolt to differentiate themselves from your regular Fleets from people you follow and appear after you’ve watched all the fleets from people you follow.

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People are not happy! here are a bunch of reactions from people who have stumbled upon the feature.

Would you mind seeing fleets from people you don’t follow?

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