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Twitter is trialling a way to surface relevant tweets around real-life events and conversations. The company confirmed that it’s experimenting with a “suggested reading” module within your timeline that showcases news articles it thinks you might be interested in. No public release date has been provided.

“We’re continuing to experiment with new ways to surface the best and most relevant content for people on Twitter,” a company spokesperson told VentureBeat.

For more than two years, Twitter has utilized a module within timelines to show you tweets that may have been missed. It also launched a feature that recommends users you should follow. While those may include links to news items, they have been largely centered around individuals. With suggested reading, the service will focus more on the content and its newsworthiness. It’s likely that there may now be some overlap between all of these features. So perhaps as you browse through tweets about the latest actions taken by the U.S. government, Twitter will show you what it thinks are the most important articles that best summarize the situation.

Twitter declined to provide more information, but it’s feasible that it could target tweets based on your previous conversations and things that are trending right now. Will it spotlight Moments over articles from the BBC, CNN, NBC News, Washington Post, the New York Times, or even VentureBeat? It’s also worth looking into the criteria or algorithm Twitter is using to select the articles, as it risks being accused of censorship or bias, something Facebook has faced previously.

Should suggested reading be launched to the masses, it might help make the service more accessible for both new and current users, who would no longer have to cycle through a torrent of random tweets to find news worth reading.

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