How to Show Tweets in Chronological Order on Twitter?

Do you also feel frustrated when you wish to watch the recent tweets on your feed but end up watching the old ones? I get it. This is because your Twitter account is set to default “Home” mode.

Confused? Need not worry; here is the quickest way to show your Tweets. 

Show Tweets in Chronological Order 

The Twitter algorithm usually displays the top trending tweets so that you will get everything important happening in the world. This update came into force in 2016 to show “The Most Relevant” tweets first.

But now, people are much more updated and want to see the previous version of Twitter, which shows it’s a timeline based on the latest posts they were missing in the first place.

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Recently, Twitter has updated its features in which the chronological order setting is no longer the default. But there is no guarantee that this update will be available in the future as it may change again. Thus, use this feature to your advantage before it’s too late.

You don’t need to beat around the bush; Twitter made this update for the convenience of its users. So that you can interchange between both versions is an advantage that Twitter has provided to its followers. Similar features were also found in other famous social media apps like Facebook or Instagram.

Here are super easy steps to get the latest tweets first based on chronological order on your homepage of Twitter.

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Steps for the Mobile version

  1. First, you need to open your Twitter account, yeah, right? I know it’s so lame! 
  2. Tap on the Sparkle icon ( one large and two small stars) on the top right corner of your Twitter home screen.step 2
  3. Then you can observe a pop-up open on your feed saying that “Your timeline is set to Home”.step 3
  4. Tap the double arrow icon, which says, “Switch to the latest Tweets”.

Ta-da! work is done. It would be best if you refreshed to find the latest tweets on your timeline. You can revert to the Default Home mode of showing popular tweets whenever you desire.

The fascinating thing is that this method works the same way on mobile and desktop versions. So here you go. Congratulations! Now you know how to organize your Twitter timeline chronologically (in order).

Recently, Twitter has updated its features in which the chronological order setting is no longer the default. But there is no guarantee that this update will be available in the future as it may change again. Thus, use this feature to your advantage before it’s too late.

Still anxious about getting it wrong on the Desktop version. Don’t worry; we are here to help you out with the steps to make it hassle-free in case you are struck.

Steps for the Desktop version

  1. Log in to your Twitter using your web browser on the desktop.
  2. Open your feed or timeline where all the posts will be displayed.
  3. As we discussed earlier, the sparkly icon, which has three stars, will be on the homepage’s right corner. Tap on that icon.
  4. Click on the double arrow icon that says “See the latest Tweets instead” rather than “Switch to Home”, as shown in the mobile version.
  5. Refresh the feed, and now you can see the most recent Tweets in your timeline.for desktop

Be it an Android or IOS (iPhone Operating system) method mentioned above works perfectly fine to show the latest tweets online; the same goes with Windows or Mac desktop versions.

Conclusion

So, these were the steps to show tweets in chronological order on Twitter. To summarize, this post aims to make a simple step-by-step guide for all Twitter users to make them aware of updated features in the easiest way. Anyways, it is pretty easy to hop on the trend, irrespective of how fast the world advances. Hope you find this post easy to use.