Twitter is now allowing users to discover new lists and add them to their feed. The new feature is now being rolled out to Android and iOS users. Read more to find How To Discover and Add New Lists Them To Your Twitter Feed
Lists have been a lesser-known part of Twitter for a while now. However, the social media giant has been improving this feature over time.
Initially, users were able to create, follow, and share lists. In September last year, a new feature allows iOS users to pin five lists to their timeline with swipe gestures to switch between them.
Now, the micro-blogging site had added a new feature to its ‘Lists’. Users will now see a ‘Show more recommendations’ option in the ‘Discover new lists’ section.
Twitter claims that the new feature will allow users to look for more lists that they are interested in. It seems to have a staged rollout for Android and iOS users.
How To Discover and Add New Lists Them To Your Twitter Feed
- In the ‘Discover new lists’ section, you will see a new ‘Show more recommendations’ option
- You will find new lists from the recommendations by Twitter. Alternatively, search for a particular topic
- Then, you can follow that particular list if you like
Note: The lists in the search results are based on a combination of who you follow, what lists you currently follow, and the things you/ lists tweet about.
Recently, Twitter has introduced a new feature that allows users to add stories on the app. However, the “Stories” are being called “Fleets”.
The Twitter Fleets appear at the top of the home screen for limited seconds. You can view them for longer by long-pressing the screen.
“We want people to be able to have conversations on Twitter in different ways, with less pressure and more control. That’s why we’re testing a way to share their fleeting thoughts,” said Mo Al Adham, Twitter Group Product Manager.
Similar to Instagram, Facebook, and WhatsApp Stories, Fleets disappear from your timeline after 24 hours. Other users can respond to the Fleets via Direct Message (DM).
Additionally, Twitter has announced that it is testing a new Voice Tweets feature. It will allow users to post up to 140 seconds of audio.
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