When Twitter rolled out its curation earlier this year, the feature shipped by accident. By default, if you closed the Twitter app or web client after going to the platform’s reverse-chronological “episodes” timeline, both returned to the For You feed after you returned. On the , Twitter took a first step to address this oversight by tweaking the web client to remember the tab you left off before closing your tabs. At the time, the company said a similar fix was “coming soon” for Android and iOS. This fix is now available.
This is live for Android and iOS!
Update to the latest version of the app so that For You and Following appear in the tab you last opened by default. https://t.co/GB1TxWJoOm
— Twitter Support (@TwitterSupport) February 6, 2023
Today’s change won’t bring back Twitter’s old “Twinkle” button, but it does let you stick with your favorite timeline. And if you mainly use Twitter to follow real-world events, it should be easier to use the app for that purpose. Notably, Twitter’s interface change coincides with the company’s recent decision to . This move led to apps like, leaving the only way to access Twitter to the official client.
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