Twitter to bring back chronological timeline - here's how to get it

Twitter will soon let you switch to a chronological timeline

Twitter is bringing back the chronological timeline in a way that makes sense

However, Twitter may be planning to add a new capability to more easily switch between the chronological and algorithmic order soon. That's how the Facebook News Feed works, that's how YouTube's sidebar works, and that's how Twitter's timeline has worked for the last three years.

Twitter continued: "We'll keep you updated and are listening to your feedback - let us know what you think!" Back when Twitter completed the full rollout of its algorithm changes, it reported less than 10 percent of users had chosen to opt out of the new timeline.

"We're working on new ways to give you more control over your timeline".

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In the statement, Twitter said that while people who use its algorithm-based feed find the service to be "more relevant and useful", it also acknowledged that some people prefer to see just see the latest tweets.

Twitter - like Facebook and Google - is now being accused of bias by de-ranking certain users and blocking others outright.

Twitter and other social networks have faced criticism in recent weeks including from President Donald Trump that they suppress some messages based on political bias.

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As of right now, you can switch off the "Show the best Tweets first" setting.

When the change is fully implemented, users will be able to easily switch between a "Best Tweets first" and a "Chronological order" timeline.

Twitter admits that not everyone has been a fan of its algorithmic timeline, which also shows tweets users "might have missed" and Liked tweets from people they follow. The option to revert to chronological view is a welcome change, and makes sense for a site that works nearly like a chat room when at its liveliest and best. However, from today, users can also view Tweets in reverse chronological order by unchecking the box next to the "Show the best Tweets first" setting. With more than ten years of marketing management experience, she has contributed to a variety of traditional and online publications, including MarketingProfs.com, SoftwareCEO.com, and Sales and Marketing Management Magazine.

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