How to enable Twitter’s new Show Me the Best Tweets First feature on iOS

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Twitter has launched the much debated Show Me the Best Tweets First feature and it has gone live for many users. While not everyone is seeing the new feature yet, it will gradually roll out worldwide in the days to come. With this feature Twitter is giving users an opportunity to see the best or most talked tweets whenever they open their timeline after some time. This way they can see the best tweets that were posted while they were away, kind of like what Facebook does on its timeline. The difference here is unlike Facebook, Twitter is giving users the ability to choose if they want to activate this feature or not. In this post we will show you how you can enable the ‘Show Me the Best Tweets First’ feature.

Here’s how to enable Twitter’s Show Me the Best Tweets First option

On your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch open Twitter app and tap on the profile button located on the right most side of the button bar.

On the profile page tap on the gear Settings button. Then from the Settings page select the account you want to turn this feature on for.

Next under ‘Timeline’ look for the ‘Timeline Personalization’ option and tap on it.

Now simply turn on the toggle located next to Show Me the Best Tweets First option.

That’s it, now you will see all the top tweets whenever you open the Twitter app after a while. Once you have viewed the previous tweets you can pull to refresh in order to get the latest tweets. (Twitter)

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