Twitter has rolled out the reverse-chronological timeline for Android smartphone customers that will allow them to modify to the timeline view of their selection.
Simply as with iOS, Android customers can now swap between seeing prime tweets and the most recent tweets (as organized chronologically), by tapping the flicker icon on the highest proper nook of the app. The change was introduced by Twitter in a tweet on Tuesday (Wednesday, India time).
This was Twitter’s conventional timeline-viewing selection for customers till it decided to modify to an algorithm-based viewing, in an try to experiment with how greatest to show feeds to customers on its platform.
The characteristic was long-awaited by customers who most well-liked to make use of Twitter for its unique perform of maintaining with reside occasions in actual time.
The non-obligatory characteristic was first introduced again to iOS customers earlier in December and is but to be launched for the Internet. Twitter announced its determination to supply each the reverse chronological and algorithmically sorted timeline again in September final yr.
Earlier this week, Twitter’s director of product administration, Sara Haider offered a detailed have a look at Twitter’s new beta app, revealing a few of the most vital options that shall be examined by beta customers initially.
Beta testers must obtain an upcoming standalone app. Not like its Experiments Program, Twitter won’t implement a non-disclosure settlement with its beta testers which implies customers of the app will have the ability to discuss it freely and even share screenshots, subsequently, inviting extra consumer suggestions.