One way in which Twitter was trying to tackle this issue is by looking into creating separate topics pages that people could follow. For example, if you were a fan of history you could follow that topic on Twitter and see accounts and tweets related to it. This is being changed up now, with Twitter potentially moving towards a singular topics page that you wouldn’t have to follow but can instead peruse at your own leisure which is the sort of thing that can end up benefiting you in a wide variety of ways.
— Jane Manchun Wong (@wongmjane) June 24, 2020
This indicates that Twitter might be shifting its tactics. By consolidating topics and making it more of a reference page rather than something you can follow for content, it is creating a different outlet that users might end up being interested in. You would still be able to follow topics of course, but a consolidated topics page might mean that you would end up seeing all of your topics on that page alone instead of on your feed which could go a long way towards cleaning a messy twitter feed up.
Hat Tip: Jane Manchun Wong / Twitter.
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