Tag Archive: chronological


Android users can finally use Twitter in chronological order again

Order has been restored to the world.

Remember about a month ago, when Twitter rolled out the option for iOS users to switch from its “optimized” Home feed, which shows you popular tweets first, back to the chronological timeline we’ve all been clamoring over for years? Well, good news, everyone — starting today, that feature is coming to Android users, too.

Twitter’s decision to move to an algorithmic timeline back in 2016 hasn’t exactly been a popular  [Read More…]

How to make Twitter for Android show tweets in reverse chronological order

Twitter made a horrible mistake years ago, and now they’re beginning to make it right again.

Twitter added the option to “Show me the best Tweets first” a while back, and it jumbled up our feeds and showed us old but popular tweets over the latest and greatest tweets from those we follow — and sometimes from those we didn’t follow. Blame algorithms. I don’t want to see old tweets, I don’t want to see recommended tweets,  [Read More…]

Snapchat is resurrecting the chronological Stories feed for some users

Is this the end of Snapchat’s algorithm?

Even if you’re like me and don’t use Snapchat, you probably heard its user-base crying out in disgust and anger earlier this year when the app was met with a major redesign. Snapchat made both user-facing and under-the-hood changes with this update, but it appears to be pulling back on at least one of these.

One of the most contested changes had to do with the way Snapchat presented Stories.  [Read More…]