As expected, Twitter has now enabled its new 'algorithmic timeline' feature by default for everyone. Here's how to opt-out of new timeline.
After Google and WhatsApp voicing their support for Apple, social media giants Facebook and Twitter have also come forward to take side with Apple in the ongoing heated encryption row.
The Web said #RIPTWitter. Jack said not-this-week. Twitter said, yes-this-week. A look at Twitter's dramatic introduction of new timeline feature and how it works.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has came forward to calm the chaos caused by reports of Twitter introducing "algorithmic timeline". After #RIPTwitter stayed as top trending topic worldwide for about a day, Jack has clarified that Twitter never planed this feature (as soon as) next week.
If reports are believed, Twitter will introduce "algorithmic timeline" as soon as next week. If turned out to be true, Twitter will be following Facebook, which emphasize "relevance" over "timeliness". Meanwhile, Twitter users are not quite okay with the proposed change and bashing out their anger towards Twitter,