Twitter has announced the company will be rolling out a new timeline feature that aims to keep you up-to-date with people you stalk online. Enabling this new algorithmic timeline feature will see the social blogging site attempt to select tweets that Twitter feels you most care about while you're away.
Twitter may be making a change to the way tweets are ordered on your timeline as soon as next week, forgoing its current reverse chronological order and algorithmically choosing what it thinks you want to see at any given moment.
The super-popular micro-blogging platform, Twitter is currently down for many across platforms and on the web. Clients are failing to load timelines, profiles, tweets and more, while the main website is refusing to display anything other than a technical error message.
Twitter has officially launched the company's Moments feature in the UK, which allows users of the social platform to remain up-to-date with latest news and events. Gone are the days of spending hours to search a particular topic.
Twitter has announced it is rolling out a new Moments tab for Android. Moments is designed to let users keep up with trending news and events via a collection of tweets centered around a specific subject.
I love sharing photos on Instagram, and 300 million other users feel the same, but I don't like the fact that my Twitter followers can't preview the image directly from my timeline. Instagram has disabled photo integration with Twitter, but there's a workaround.
Later this year, Twitter will roll out Project Lightning in order to deliver a curated news experience to its users. A section of Twitter will be dedicated to interesting events, everything from sports to awards shows to breaking news.
Sure, there's a newly expanded set of ethnically-diverse and more-useful emoji out there (and already integrated into iOS), but do they have stormtroopers or protocol droids? Didn't think so. Thankfully, Twitter does. Today's bringing us not only the new Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer (the first landed way back in November 2014), but new exclusive-to-Twitter emoji for Star Wars...