Twitter introduces "Highlights"

Twitter logoTwitter announced the release of another feature which is meant to prevent users from missing out on important tweets while they are away.

In an official blog post, Twitter revealed that this new function will filter the noise and will provide users with some of the most interesting tweets and local trending subjects.

In an attempt to gather more users and keep the ones it already has, Twitter came up with this easier way of keeping them informed on the things that matter to them, providing a summary of what might be of greater importance.

The feature is only available for devices running Google's Android mobile operating system, but Twitter did mention that it planned on making it available for other platforms as well.

Furthermore, it is an opt-in service, so you do not have to activate the option if you are perfectly comfortable with checking Twitter once in a while to see what's new.

But if you do want to give it a try, all you have to do is go to Settings, click on your Twitter handle, and then in the Mobile Notifications section make sure that the Highlights box is checked.

Once this is done, you should receive two push notifications every day to make sure that you stay informed about some of the most relevant tweets for you.

People who have already tried the new feature commented that it is rather similar to Facebook’s News Feed, letting you swipe through the dozen of personalized tweets.

Source: Softpedia

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