Customer not @mentioned by default on 2nd Twitter response

When responding to a customer via a Twitter channel, if the response is going to require multiple tweets, subsequent tweets don’t begin with the customer’s @username like the first reply did.

Steps to reproduce:

  1. Receive a tweet in a Twitter channel
  2. Reply to the tweet from Front
  3. Reply again

Expected result: The second reply should begin with the @username  of the original tweet

Actual result: The second reply body starts out completely blank, requiring you to manually enter the @username.

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  • Brandon Kelly Thank you for the feedback! I've sent this to the product team and will update you if this is adjusted 🙂

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