Twitter is finally giving our chronological timelines back

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We might finally get what’ve been asking for from Twitter: a chronological timeline. The company tweeted saying it’s testing a button to display tweets by post time, instead of showing an algorithmically picked feed.

According to Jack Dorsey, the company’s CEO, this feature is currently available to only a small number of iOS users and all Twitter employees.

The button will appear on the top right corner of one’s feed. Upon clicking it, one will see options for ‘switch to latest tweets’ and content ‘preferences’

@Twitter employees: this is now on for 100% of you, in production and earlybird. Please play with it!

— jack (@jack) November 1, 2018

However, fans of the curated feed (if there


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