Meta is releasing a web version of Threads, as it attempts to revive the social media platform.
The rival to X, formerly known as Twitter, enjoyed meteoric growth when it launched in July.
However, users then abandoned it just as rapidly, partly due to its limited functionality.
Meta says the web version part of a drive to deliver new features but experts warn more needs to done to rebuild customer interest.
In a post on the platform – accompanied by what he said was a picture of him building Threads for the web – Meta boss Mark Zuckerberg said it would be “rolling out over the next few days.”
Users will be able to post a thread, view their feed and interact with other people’s threads.
However other aspects of the mobile app will not be available on the web initially.
For example, users won’t be able to edit their profile or send a thread to the direct messenger feature of its sister platform, Instagram.
Meta says it will add more functionality in the coming weeks as it seeks to make the web and mobile experience of the app the same.
Prof Leaver also said Threads’ attempts to dethrone X might aided by the controversies that continue to dog the platform previously known as Twitter.
On Monday it criticised for failing to remove a Holocaust-denying post quickly enough. Mr Musk’s plans to remove the block feature have also drawn criticism, with some saying it will make it harder to stop abusive messages.