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Twitter Releases Reverse-Chronological Order for Android Users

A month after iOS users got it.

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After bringing the feature to iOS users last month, Twitter has finally begun rolling out the ability to switch your timeline to reverse-chronological order on Android. The feature should be available to all Android Twitter app users now.

To access the feature, you’ll find a toggle at the top of the Twitter app on your device which the company calls a “sparkle.” Tap that, and you’ll find the option to switch between seeing your “top tweets” first and the latest tweets first. The company claims if they discover you like one mode over the other, the app will work to set that mode by default so you see it every time you open Twitter. I’ve had my app set to show me the latest tweets first since I got access to the feature and, by God, no amount of money could convince me to go back to my “top tweets.”

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One Reply to “Twitter Releases Reverse-Chronological Order for Android Users”

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