twitter Gives users the ability to easily switch between watching the latest tweets first and seeing "Top Tweets" selected by the company algorithmically first. The company began testing this feature a few weeks ago, but it is starting to roll out globally to all iOS users today, as desktop and Android users are likely to be able to access the feature sometime in January, according to the company.
This part of the decision has been extended part of Twitter for Twitter which spent the better part of the past two years in knowing how to meet the need to grow with sincere and loyal users who want to do open the application to mean it means getting the direct pulse of the Internet. The algorithmic timeline is likely to be a better business move for Twitter, which will ensure that more causal users can get more complex experiences when they open the app rather than a dim snapshot of followers' ideas.
The company said explicitly that the "top tweets" feature has increased interaction and conversations on the application.
The Twitter solution for its algorithms is called the Spark button and is located at the top right of the screen, allowing users to temporarily disable "top tweets" and enjoy Twitter feeds that are chronologically backward. Although the company sees many advantages in algorithms algorithm, it also recognizes that modernity is critical to the spirit of Twitter and that in certain situations such as a sporting event or an urgent news event, there is a lot of value in seeing what is new immediately.
In what is likely to be a controversial move, "Top Tweets" is enabled by default and it appears that you will have to re-enable the feature periodically, although Twitter says it tests several times, although at least it will remember the preference for your entire session . So, if you check your bookmarks and click on the Home tab, you will not return to "Top Tweets" if you're using the previous reverse timeline navigation.
Although the company said today's launch would not affect the size or frequency of "top Twitter posts," it is clear that the launch of this feature gives the company a much longer constraint to experience changing the base schedule and generally provides the company with an appropriate way to get the chronological reverse of people to adapt Gradually feeding with the algorithm without feeling quite as forced to do so.
It would have been nice if Twitter had for months given all the philosophical transformations referred to in the algorithmic timeline to the most annoying part of change, the way users were given mixed messages about whether they could keep the old schedule.
Today's transfer is likely to make most users happy. We always welcome important redundancies from the bottom of the settings. Communicating with key changes is especially important for a company like Twitter, which often does not fundamentally change its core product.