Twitter: how to see the feed in chronological order on Android, iPhone and PC

Twitter now lets you go back to the chronological order of your posts. The novelty is useful for those who prefer to see the tweets in the sequence in which they are published. In 2016, the social network started to display the "best tweets first". The feature aims to prioritize the most important content for each person based on algorithms. At the time, the change displeased the users and since then, the return of the chronological order was much anticipated.

The social network announced in September last year that the action would be reversed, and released the chronological feed option gradually for users. In the following tutorial, check out how to disable the "best tweets first" and use the chronological order of tweets on the PC and social network apps for Android and iPhone (iOS) phones.

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On mobile

Step 1. On the Twitter home page, touch the button in the upper right corner of the screen. Finally, just tap "See the latest Tweets".

Enabling chronological order on Twitter for Android

On the iPhone

The procedure is similar. Just tap the icon in the upper right corner and turn on the option to see more recent tweets.

Placing chronological order of tweets on Twitter's timeline

On the pc

Step 1. Press your profile photo in the upper right corner of the screen. In the menu that appears, access the option "Settings and privacy";

Access Twitter Settings

Step 2. Now, on the social network settings page, uncheck the option "Show the best Tweets first" and confirm the action in "Save changes";

Disabling the best tweets first

Step 3. Finally, confirm the password of your account and press the "Save Changes" button.

Confirm your password to save changes

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