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Twitter introduces Custom Timelines

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A few days back, Twitter introduced a new feature – Custom Timelines, which helps you in creating custom timelines of tweets. Now the users can control custom timelines by the choosing the tweets that they want to include. This simply means that when a conversation or topic takes off on Twitter, you now have the opportunity to create a timeline that surfaces what you believe to be are the most noteworthy and relevant tweets.

In fact now the users will also be embed these timelines on their website. This new feature also gives you an opportunity to add and share a custom timeline instantly from your Tweet Deck. Although, this new feature might not be able to all the users right now, but Twitter said that in the coming days, these capabilities will roll out to all the TweetDeck users.

When we checked the Twitter’s official blog page for this new update, we found that Brian Ellin revealed some interesting facts about this new feature explaining that:

“Each timeline is public and has its own page on, making it easy to share so others can follow along in real time as you add more Tweets. And since custom timelines are part of our Twitter for Websites toolkit, you can embed these timelines on your website.”

The best part about custom timelines is that it can be used in conjunction to searches and hashtags, an event or comparing tweets that are related to a particular subject. In addition to these updates, Twitter’s spokesperson also said:

“There’s something more to what we’re announcing today: the custom timelines API beta. This new API will open up interesting opportunities, such as programming your custom timelines based on the logic that you choose, or building tools that help people create their own custom timelines, as TweetDeck does.”

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    • 6 years ago

      Girish   /   Reply

      Tweet Deck was bought out and shut down by Twitter right?

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