New Twitter navigation is coming: Twitter Elon Musk
The new head of Twitter, Elon Musk, announced new changes to the microblog. The new head of Twitter, Elon Musk, is actively responding to user suggestions on how to improve the microblogging site.
Elon Musk, the new CEO of Twitter, has announced a new change to the microblogging site that will allow users to switch between recommended and followed tweets, trends, topics, and so on by swiping to the side.
Musk announced in a tweet that the new Twitter navigation feature will be available in January.
“New Twitter navigation coming in January that allows swiping to the side to switch between recommended and followed tweets, trends, topics, and so on. To switch until then, tap the stars icon in the upper right corner of the home screen,” the billionaire tweeted.
New Twitter navigation coming in Jan that allows swiping to side to switch between recommended & followed tweets, trends, topics, etc.
Until then, tap stars icon on upper right of home screen to switch.
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) December 30, 2022
By pressing the star icon, users can already switch between a chronological timeline that displays the most recent tweets and a Home timeline that displays recommended tweets.
“Switching back and forth is good. As we improve Twitter AI, recommended tweets, lists and topics will get awesome,” Musk continued.
Suhel Banerjee, a Twitter user, asked the Twitter CEO about the swiping across lists feature on the mobile app. “How about swiping across Lists? “Isn’t that one of the best features on the mobile app right now?” Suhel questioned.
“Lists, as well,” Musk responded.
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New Twitter navigation is coming: Elon Musk has been announcing changes at Twitter since acquiring the microblogging company for $44 billion. The billionaire has actively responded to user suggestions for how to improve the social media platform.
He recently stated that Twitter will modify its recently rolled-out view count feature, allowing users to disable it if desired.
“We’ll clean up the aesthetics and add an option to turn it off, but I think almost everyone will grow to like it,” he said of the tool that shows how many times a tweet has been seen.