Twitter Launched its New Timeline feature for Android Users


Twitter has finally launched a new timeline feature for Android Users which was earlier launched for iOS users. This new timeline feature let the users to easily switch between the timeline which is automatically generated by an algorithm which shows the most recent tweets first. This feature was first introduced on the iOS platform in December after which Twitter has now officially released this feature on Android.  

Now, you may be thinking that how to use this new feature on Android? So first of all, all you need to have the latest version of Twitter. If you have the latest version then go ahead to the Twitter app and you’ll see a new ‘Sparkle’ button appearing on the top of the app screen. Simply tap this button and you’ll see a pop-up card appearing at the bottom of the screen which will let to move on the Default Home Setting which shows all the top tweets which are generated automatically by an algorithm from the latest tweets of the peoples you follow on Twitter.

Twitter has launched this feature on Android on Tuesday after posting a Tweet on Twitter.

This feature has been testing from the last few months. “We’ve learned that when showing the best tweets first, people find Twitter more relevant and useful. However, we’ve heard feedback from people who at times prefer to see the most recent tweets,” Twitter said while testing this feature in the last summer.

Twitter has rolled out this feature on both of the platforms after going through the feedbacks of the Twitter Community. And hence, Twitter Community will absolutely pleased from the company that at least they are implementing the feedbacks in the official App.

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