Twitter's Moments Feature Is Now Available for Mobile Users

 
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Twitter's Moments Feature Is Now Available for Mobile Users

Highlights

  • The update has started rolling out on Wednesday
  • Moments was earlier available on just the Web interface
  • The company recently opened up the feature to or all users

Social networking website Twitter recently opened its Moments feature to all users. The feature essentially allows users to curate various tweets that are relevant to a particular topic and present them in a collective form. However, this feature was available only to users of the Web interface till now. Twitter has now announced that users will now be able to create Moments on their mobile devices as well, via the Android and iOS apps.

In order to create their Moments on mobile devices, Android and iOS users have to go to the tweets that they want to add and click on the downward arrow for tweet details to get the option to add them to their Moments. Users get the option to search for the tweets that they have posted, liked, or by using keywords. Users can add all the tweets that they think are relevant to their curation and help them present information regarding a particular topic in a collective form.

This effectively means that users can now find all the relevant tweets about a particular event like a football match, a concert, or a political rally in a collective form at one place, that too from the mobile app. However, Twitter said that the rollout of Moments for mobile started on Wednesday, and will occur in phases, therefore the feature will not available in all regions right away.

The company introduced the Moments feature last year in October in order to provide users with "the best of Twitter" but was limited to just selective partners of the company till September this year.

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