The Twitter twin-tab layout reverses the decision, making it easier to see recent tweets

Twitter has decided to use a twin-tab layout on the microblogging platform and reverted to the original layout that shows the latest tweets at the top. The twin-tab layout – launched last week – is designed to push users into an algorithmically served timeline instead of a reverse-chronological feed. The rollout received significant pushback from users. Earlier this month, it was also tipped that Twitter could soon get a dedicated podcast tab.

Twitter’s twin-tab layout basically made it difficult to switch between reverse-chronological feeds. The change was initially made available to iOS users and has not yet been rolled out to Android as well as web versions of the microblogging site. Two timelines – Home and Latest – were designed to stack tweets based on an algorithm and show tweets in your timeline sorted in reverse-chronological order, respectively.

The layout was designed in such a way that the Home tab showing the algorithmic feed was set to the default option. The decision sparked a backlash as several users criticized the change, even calling it “Twitter’s worst product decision of all time.” The decision to return to the original design of Twitter follows this pushback from users.

Earlier this month, the Twitter app had a dedicated tab for podcasts Stains By known reverse engineer Zhen Manchun Ong. The upcoming feature is expected to be indicated by a microphone icon on the Twitter mobile app, placed in the menu bar below. Clicking the button will probably bring up a new podcast page. The development comes just months after the company launched a podcast-like feature in the Twitter space that allows users to listen to recordings of discussions on the platform. Audiences and hosts can reach a wider audience with recordings of spaces.

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Jasmine Jose

Jasmine Jose is a sub-editor of Gadgets 360. He has in the past directed investigative documentaries, PSAs and video features covering arts, culture, science and general news. He believes in the power of the Internet and is constantly looking for new technologies that are going to change lives on Earth. When he doesn’t know anything, he is seen talking in fiction, physics or philosophy, picking berries or in movies. Write to him at [email protected] or … contact more

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