Update Twitter for iOS, Android to remember recommended or chronological feed selection
Twitter Support has revealed that the latest version of the iOS and Android smartphone app now remembers the “tab” the user last selected. After closing and reopening the app, Twitter will always show the last used tab first. Twitter rolled out similar functionality to its Web platform in early January. Twitter CEO Elon Musk assured users last month that an upcoming update would reverse the default “For You” tab settings. The next Twitter update will remember if you’re on For You (i.e. suggested), Following or a list you’ve created, and stop redirecting you back to suggested tweets, he said. .
in one tweet To explain the changes, Twitter Support asked users to install the latest version of the Twitter app so that the app remembers if you’ve openedFor you or Next feed and open that tab the next time you open the app. The company has also confirmed that the update is now live for Twitter on iOS and Android.
In the January update, Twitter split the homepage into two tabs: For you And Next. The latter acts as a regular timeline of the accounts you follow, with tweets in chronological order, while For you tab shows tweets suggested by the company’s algorithms. The update removed the ability to set the Tracking tab to default.
Later that month, Twitter roll in this function for its Web interface. Twitter CEO Elon Musk has noted criticism of the change in timeline features and ensure users that an upcoming Twitter update will reverse the changes.
Musk has also revealed that Twitter will directly translate and suggest tweets from users in other countries over the next few months, and tweets will be translated before being suggested to users. Recently, Musk also announced that Twitter will begin sharing advertising revenue with some of its content creators.
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