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Twitter will no longer require you to follow the “For You” timeline on the web • TechCrunch


In another flip-flop, Twitter says it will now remember which feed — the algorithmic “For You” or chronological “Next” — its users have chosen across the web. This change will come as a relief to many who had complained that the social network was showing them the default algorithmic timeline every time they visited the service.

The move is the latest in a series of changes Twitter has made to its dual timeline implementation in recent days. It first made the default algorithmic timeline on iOS earlier this month. On the web, things are a bit more confusing.

  • January 13: Twitter rolled out the dual timeline update to the web, but at that time the social network remembered your choice.
  • January 20: The company set the default “For You” feed on the web when users first opened Twitter in a tab or refreshed the page.
  • January 24: Now Twitter remembers your choices again. World peace.

Twitter also added that a similar update will be rolling out to the Twitter iOS and Android apps. There will therefore soon no longer be a default algorithmic timeline on mobile applications.

Many Twitter power users who used third-party Twitter apps never had to deal with the algorithmic timeline. But now that Elon Musk & co. killed third-party apps by changing API rules, users have no choice but to use the official Twitter app or website.

This week’s decision enters the growing record of overturned decisions under Musk. The filing includes the removal of the newly launched Twitter Blue program in November and the removal of terms that prohibited users from posting links to other social media profiles in December.




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