Launched by Meta earlier this month* Threads social network platforms continue to receive new features. This time, the developers announced the start of rolling out a feature that allows users to view the chronological news feed of the people they follow. According to many reviewers, this key feature is essential for the platform to truly compete with Twitter.
Twitter has long been a tool to get breaking news to a large number of people around the world. After Elon Musk bought the social network, serious changes began on the platform. The latest in a series of changes was the change of the social network’s logo to the “X” symbol and the domain to x.com earlier this week. With this in mind, Threads is trying to grab the user audience’s attention and become a new place for people to get relevant news.
According to reports, users don’t need to update the Threads app to the latest version to access the chronological feed. The new feature will be rolled out gradually and will take some time to release. The start of the delivery of the chronological feed was announced by the head of Meta* Mark Zuckerberg. In addition, he announced that Threads will soon be able to translate posts, adding that the app will continue to receive new features regularly in the future.
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