Earlier this month, a Twitter update to tackle an issue that caused tweets to disappear from viewing as automated update times rolled out on the desktop, expanded to its iOS app on Tuesday. It is a welcome change for anyone who has had a lost tweet before they can finish reading it. In September, he followed up with the company saying it was working on changes to fix the case, admitting it was a “frustrating experience.”
The update will be available to Android applications in the future, he confirmed in a tweet.
With the update, instead of posting your Twitter feed automatically on the company’s website, you will be able to set your watch right during your free time. Twitter support tweeted that “update to the lost tweet experience is rolling out for the web! Now you can choose when you want the latest tweets to be placed on your watch – click the tweet counter bar at the top. ”
Automatic update updates are also among the many changes and enhancements from other social media giants, including the launch of Twitter Blue, a subscription-based service that allows you to do things like reply a tweet, read free ads and customize your experience on the altar.