Twitter underwent a redesign in December of 2011, bringing (among other things), the Discover tab.
And today it updated this tab to bring more real-time results your way.
When they first introduced the Discover tab, Twitter described it as a place where “…you’ll see results reflecting your interests—based on your current location, what you follow and what’s happening in the world. As you use Twitter more, Discover gets even better at serving up more content just for you.”
And today they announced an improved Discover tab:
Now we’re improving Discover again: when you visit the Discover tab on twitter.com, you’ll see a continuous stream of Tweets, which automatically expand to show you the most relevant stories and most engaging photos.
Not seeing it yet? It’s rolling out gradually – so watch for it! And let us know what you think of this new and improved option when it goes live on your page.
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