1. Twitter rolls out a new feature to cut out irrelevant content when users follow a topic  CNBC
  2. Twitter tests letting users follow topics in the same way they follow accounts  The Verge
  3. Twitter exec says edit button isn’t ‘anywhere near the top of our priorities’  TechCrunch
  4. Twitter is testing a way to let you follow topics  CNET
  5. Twitter's latest test lets you follow topics  Engadget
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Twitter said it's working on a new feature that will allow users to follow specific topics more easily.Twitter said it's working on a new feature that will allow users to follow specific topics more easily.

It’s a new way to explore interests on Twitter. It could make it easier for new users to find value in tweets.A new way to explore interests on Twitter, now testing on Android

Twitter tests letting users follow topics in the same way they follow accounts - The Verge

Twitter isn't relenting in its eagerness to test new features. The social site has begun testing an option to follow topics in addition to people. You'll have...Twitter isn't relenting in its eagerness to test new features. The social site has begun testing an option to follow topics in addition to people. You'll have...

Twitter's latest test lets you follow topics

You may soon be able to organize Twitter’s web of hashtags and handles in a smarter way — that is, if the company can pull off its ambitious new rethinking of the app’s timelines. The company isn’t getting rid of the process of following users, but at a press event in SF, company execs announced […]You may soon be able to organize Twitter’s web of hashtags and handles in a smarter way — that is, if the company can pull off its ambitious new rethinking of the app’s timelines. The company isn’t getting rid of the process of following users, but at a press event in SF, company execs announced […]

Twitter tests ways for users to follow and snooze specific topics – TechCrunch

““I do regret that we shut down Vine.” Twitter product lead Kayvon Beykpour”

Janko Roettgers on Twitter: "“I do regret that we shut down Vine.” Twitter product lead Kayvon Beykpour"

“Twitter’s Product Lead Kayvon Beykpour said he thinks the edit button is a feature the company should build at some point but it’s not at the top of their priority list.”

Queenie Wong on Twitter: "Twitter’s Product Lead Kayvon Beykpour said he thinks the edit button is a feature the company should build at some point but it’s not at the top of their priority list."

It's starting with sports.It's starting with sports.

Twitter is testing a way to let you follow topics - CNET

The company wants to make it as easy to follow an interest as it is right now to follow a person.The company wants to make it as easy to follow an interest as it is right now to follow a person.

Twitter to Introduce Topics to Follow – Variety

At a press event in San Francisco, Twitter Product Lead Kayvon Beykpour talked about a number of product changes coming to the company’s service, he also addressed the oft-memed user request for an edit button. Long story, short, you shouldn’t expect to see the button anytime soon. “Honestly, it’s a feature that I think we […]At a press event in San Francisco, Twitter Product Lead Kayvon Beykpour talked about a number of product changes coming to the company’s service, he also addressed the oft-memed user request for an edit button. Long story, short, you shouldn’t expect to see the button anytime soon. “Honestly, it’s a feature that I think we […]

Twitter exec says edit button isn’t ‘anywhere near the top of our priorities’ – TechCrunch

Twitter held an event with the press this afternoon detailing the features it's currently testing, including Live Photos and more.Twitter held an event with the press this afternoon detailing the features it's currently testing, including Live Photos and more.

Twitter teases new features for iOS such as Live Photos support - 9to5Mac

Searchable direct messages and feature to reorder photos in a tweet are also being plannedSearchable direct messages and feature to reorder photos in a tweet are also being planned

Twitter tests will allow users to follow ‘Interests’ just like following accounts- Technology News, Firstpost