Therefore, it's likely that former members of Yes will be brought up to Twitter's product team.
Twitter Inc appointed Keith Coleman, founder of startup Yes Inc, as head of its product team, the third executive to lead the division in less than a year. But now, the little-known company is joining Twitter, which means that in the next few weeks, they'll be shutting down their apps "so that we can focus entirely on our new efforts".
Coleman will slot into a role last held by Kevin Weil, who left Twitter in January and is now head of product at Instagram. He was a longtime product manager at Alphabet Inc.'s Google, overseeing the development of products such as Gmail, Inbox, and Gchat before starting social-networking app maker Yes, Inc. "Twitter also speaks to our love of working at a global scale", the company remarked in a blog post announcing the move.
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So what will the acquisition of Yes, Inc and Keith Coleman's appointment bring to Twitter's table? Executives believe there are signs Twitter is turning a corner, with increases in the number of daily users, in time spent on the site, and in impressions over the past couple of quarters, people familiar with the matter say. That would be reasonable if he hadn't joined Twitter in June of 2007.
In its Q3 letter to shareholders, Twitter said that recent product improvements such as notifications and relevance improvements in users' timelines had led to accelerating rates of growth in daily active usage. In the past 24 hours, he has added two new tweets, including one that said, "I'm excited to announce our team is joining Twitter".