Twitter Rolls Back AMP Support at the end of this year
Recently, Twitter announced: "Twitter stopped supporting AMP, no longer sends users to AMP pages". Twitter made an announcement: The AMP feature will be phased out in the fourth quarter of this year.
That's why some users and publishers notice less traffic to AMP pages on their websites coming from Twitter. The fear of losing traffic is a concern for many publishers.
Previously, if a mobile user clicked a link to your website, Twitter would redirect the user to the AMP version of that page if it had an AMP version. Currently, this won't happen. Users will just load the native mobile or responsive version of your content.
Twitter didn't give a reason for the policy change, but since Google's announcement that AMP will no longer be required for Top Stories, publishers have started asking questions about the continuation. Should AMP be continued?