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Tweets will not automatically disappear in the web version | Digital Trends Spanish

One of the functions that Twitter users least enjoy, at least in the web version, is the automatic refresh of the chronology or timeline.

With this, many tweets were “half read”, since the platform automatically replaced them with new content.

The good news is that this annoying tool is already in the past, as explained by the social network after having updated the web version.

An update to the disappearing Tweet experience is rolling out for web! Now you can choose when you want new Tweets to load into your timeline –– click the Tweet counter bar at the top.

& mdash; Twitter Support (@TwitterSupport) November 15, 2021

According to Twitter, this was a “frustrating experience” for users and they explained that tweets disappeared because posts move up the timeline as new responses are added to an ongoing conversation.

In its support profile, the platform has announced that the latest update modified the refresh system, so the new method is now available on the web version of the social network.

“Now you can choose when you want to upload the new tweets to your timeline,” says the platform. For this, it will only be necessary to click on the tweet counter bar that is shown at the top.

A few months ago, Twitter announced that it was going to update the way it displays new tweets so that the ones the user was reading would not disappear.

It’s worth mentioning that the Twitter apps for iOS and Android also don’t automatically update their timeline when users open the app.

This announcement joins other recent ones by Twitter with which it seeks to improve its platform and make its services much more accessible.

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