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Technology Other News 13 Oct 2016 Twitter may replace ...

Twitter may replace ‘Moments’ with a new ‘Explore’ tab

DECCAN CHRONICLE
Published Oct 13, 2016, 12:09 pm IST
Updated Oct 13, 2016, 12:10 pm IST
The ‘Moments’ tab was first introduced last fall to let users keep a better track on news and events.
The ‘Moments’ tab was first introduced last fall to let users keep a better track on news and events.
 The ‘Moments’ tab was first introduced last fall to let users keep a better track on news and events.

Twitter first introduced the ‘Moments’ tab last year with the aim to allow users keep a better track on breaking news and other events.

Twitter is now planning on replacing the ‘Moments’ tab with a new ‘Explore’ tab.

 

“As part of our continued efforts to make it easier to find what’s happening on Twitter, we’re testing a new tab for content discovery,” the company said in a statement obtained by Mashable.

This change is still its early testing phase and is only available to a limited iOS and Android users. The ‘Explore’ tab is expected to include both, discovery features as well as collections of the daily ‘Moments.’

Twitter already had a ‘Discover’ option that allowed users to find new accounts to follow and scroll through a list of tweets that suited their interest. However, it seems like the company plans on clubbing the two features together and provide users with an enhanced Twitter experience.

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