Twitter now provides a way for customers to quickly toggle among latest tweets and top tweets.
An replace rolling out as of late on iOS provides a button to the highest proper-hand nook of the app at the same time as viewing the timeline.
Simply faucet it to change to a opposite-chronological feed, and tap it once more to head back to the algorithmic feed.
See an example underneath:
New on iOS! Beginning nowadays, you'll be able to faucet ✨ to modify among the newest and top Tweets in your timeline. Coming quickly to Android. pic.twitter.com/6B9OQG391S
— Twitter (@Twitter) December 18, 2018
Twitter announced back in September that it was once engaged on providing this selection.
At that point, the company said it would be available inside a matter of weeks.
Well, weeks become months, however now it’s after all here.
Early adopters of Twitter will remember that the timeline was opposite-chronological for years via default.
In an effort to attract extra casual users, Twitter eventually offered a Facebook-like algorithmic feed.
Showing customers what they’re possibly to be interested in has proven to be a a hit move for Twitter, increasing both engagement and conversions.
Alternatively, there may be still a requirement to peer the most not too long ago revealed tweets.
In positive cases, corresponding to a breaking news situation or carrying experience, the latest tweets are what customers would prefer to see first.
Twitter’s priority will nonetheless be surfacing top tweets, which means that users will periodically have to re-allow the ‘recent tweets’ feed.
At Least there’s now an method to immediately view recent tweets with out digging deep into the app’s settings.
As discussed, this feature is rolling out now on iOS, but is said to ultimately be to be had on Android and desktop as well.