Thursday 14 June 2018

Twitter to revamp user timeline for better usage

On Wednesday Twitter said it would revamp user timelines as part of an effort to deliver more news and personalized content, as  latest effort to attract more users to the platform. 
The new features shift further away from Twitter's original chronological feed and represent a stepped- up effort to be a destination to find news, especially breaking news .

Twitter vice president Keith Coleman in a blog post said "The redesign builds on a feature called “Happening now ” introduced last year to allow people to follow their favorite sports teams. We're now expanding this to include Tweets about breaking and personalized news. At the top of your timeline , you'll see news that's relevant to you along with the surrounding tweets and videos. We've been sending breaking news notifications to keep people in the know, in the moment. Now we're experimenting with sending notifications to you based on your interests so you won't miss a beat. In our tests of this new look, we saw significantly more people using and returning to Moments. So we’re starting to introduce this new vertical timeline experience for Moments.”

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