Mar 27, 2016 11:18 PM EDT

Twitter News: Jack Dorsey Talks About The Future Of Their Social Media Platform

In recent Twitter news, Jack Dorsey shared his thoughts on the impact that the network has in the world today. He also talked about the future of the social media platform.

Speaking to Bloomberg, the Twitter CEO admitted that he is confident about what's ahead for the social media site. "I think over the 10 years, we've seen Twitter be so influential in the world, and we've seen so many dramatic-use cases of the service," he said.

Twitter recently celebrated its 10th anniversary on Sunday, Mar. 20. The website marked this milestone with the hashtag "#LoveTwitter" which is accompanied by a heart and Twitter logo emoji.

It was previously reported that Dorsey and his team may be developing a new Stickers feature for the website. This would allow users to superimpose images to photos before tweeting them.

It was noted that Facebook, Line, Snapchat and Path have gained more engagement when they incorporated stickers to their platform. If this does push through, this would mark the latest push by Twitter to improve its photo offering.

There are mixed reactions regarding Twitter's future. Some people commented that the social media site needs an increase in its monthly active users. Others believe that its size is just enough and that the developers should focus more their content strategy.

"I think as anything grows, you get in this mode of paying more attention to the folks you don't have instead of the folks you do have," Dorsey admitted. "And we have a mindset of making sure that we're building a stronger tool and a more powerful tool for the people we do have. And when you do that, when you have that focus, and when you're really listening to your customers, it tends to grow."

According to Digital Trends, Jack Dorsey wants to connect users with people who they would be interested to follow. Twitter would also help them in sharing content.

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