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Worried you might have missed something during your lunch break? Don’t, because Twitter will now show you tweets you might not have seen in your timeline when you return, the company announced today.
Twitter’s group product manager Paul Rosania writes in a blog post:
Recaps, marked with a “While you were away” heading, will begin to appear for all Twitter for iOS users today and on our Android app and twitter.com soon.
For users who only check their feeds every now and then, they’ll see the recaps more often. For those who spend a lot of time on the service, they’ll appear less frequently, Twitter said.
Twitter teased the arrival of the new feature back in November when vice president of product Kevin Weil said the company was experimenting with creating snapshots of important tweets and make surfing the service feel less like a chore.
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