Twitter experiments reordering tweets by relevance

9 Dec 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Twitter courts dislike by reordering tweets on ‘relevance’.

You’re going to hate this if you’re a loyal Twitter user. New York: The micro-blogging site Twitter is experimenting with a Facebook-type way of sorting your timeline where tweets are sorted by relevance and not in reverse chronological order as it happens now. “This is an experiment. We’re continuing to explore ways to surface the best content for people using Twitter,” a company spokeswoman was quoted as saying. “You will see us continue to question our reverse chronological timeline, and all the work it takes to build one by finding and following accounts,” Dorsey said earlier this year.

The approach, which echoes that of Facebook’s news feed, aims to address user complaints about struggling to keep up with Twitter’s standard content firehose, and of failing to see interesting tweets published while a user wasn’t logged in. Download the all new Zee News app for Android and iOS to stay up to date with latest headlines and news stories in Politics, Entertainment, Sports, Technology, Business and much more from India and around the world. In 2012 Facebook changed its format to the Timeline, a stream that shows events, posts and images by what it says is relevance to the user, rather than the most recent at the top. We continue to show a questioning of our fundamentals in order to make the product easier and more accessible to more people.” Moments, which eschews the Timeline view in favor of curated content streams for recent events and other subjects of interest, was launched with much fanfare in October.

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