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How to quickly change your Twitter timeline to chronological order

Twitter made it easier for you to change your home time line between the latest tweets and top tweets on your timeline – as long as you use an iOS device. Twitter takes back the reverse chronological timeline We've either gone into an alternative reality where Twitter cares about its users or something good … Read more Read [19659006] On iOS, if you & # 39; You want to switch from top tweets to chronological, all you have to do is tap the "sparkle" button at the top of the page (Twitter's description, not ours). When you do, the app will quickly switch the switch. The idea is that you may want to see the best tweets on a regular basis, but in a situation like a breaking news event, you may want to temporarily switch to a chronological view. Over time, it will also learn from your habits and possibly make the switch on your behalf. The gnistones began rolling out this week to iOS users and are expected to come to Android soon. If you'd rather have chronologically tweeted all the time, Twitter already has that feature as a setting. To change your profile, touch your profile icon in the Twitter app, then select "Settings and Privacy" followed by "Content Settings." Under the heading Timeline, you'll see a list of "Show me the best tweets first", uncheck the box next to it's to have tweets instead publish in chronological order. This setting is not as easy to turn…

Twitter made it easier for you to change your home time line between the latest tweets and top tweets on your timeline – as long as you use an iOS device.

Twitter takes back the reverse chronological timeline

We’ve either gone into an alternative reality where Twitter cares about its users or something good …

Read more Read [19659006] On iOS, if you & # 39; You want to switch from top tweets to chronological, all you have to do is tap the “sparkle” button at the top of the page (Twitter’s description, not ours). When you do, the app will quickly switch the switch. The idea is that you may want to see the best tweets on a regular basis, but in a situation like a breaking news event, you may want to temporarily switch to a chronological view.

Over time, it will also learn from your habits and possibly make the switch on your behalf. The gnistones began rolling out this week to iOS users and are expected to come to Android soon.

If you’d rather have chronologically tweeted all the time, Twitter already has that feature as a setting.

To change your profile, touch your profile icon in the Twitter app, then select “Settings and Privacy” followed by “Content Settings.” Under the heading Timeline, you’ll see a list of “Show me the best tweets first”, uncheck the box next to it’s to have tweets instead publish in chronological order.

This setting is not as easy to turn on and off, but is now available for Android and iOS.

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