Twitter will stop letting you add a precise geolocation to your tweets because the demand for this feature is insufficient. In one tweet, the support account of the company announced that it was removing the feature "to simplify your tweeting experience". However, you can always mark the exact location of your photos and TechCrunch marks you will also be able to add your location to the tweets via the integration of the service to mapping services such as FourSquare and Yelp.
When Twitter at the origin announced support for geolocation In 2009, he had great ambitions for feature film. Rather than focusing on the tweets of people you follow, Twitter thinks people might start browsing them based on their location, which will allow them to follow a local event like a concert. In the end, it seems that people have found it more convenient to organize hashtags and hot topics. Meanwhile, keeping a feature that almost no one wants poses a risk to privacy if people accidentally use it.
Most people do not mark their exact location in Tweets. We are removing this possibility of simplifying your tweet experience. You can always mark your exact position in Tweets with our updated camera. It's useful for sharing moments on the ground.
– Twitter Support (@TwitterSupport) June 18, 2019
Think about it, Twitter is now old enough to start removing unnecessary features in order to simplify the use of its service. However, in 2019, we still do not have an edit button, although we asked for one. since pretty much forever. Maybe it will be up to two engineers to implement one. Fingers crossed.