An easier way to follow accounts that you may be interested in.
Twitter is testing out a new feature that will suggest a group of accounts to you based on the most recent account that you have followed. This collection of accounts can be followed all at the same using the new ‘group follow’ feature that Twitter is testing and can be accessed by a few Android users.
The grouped accounts will be generated by Twitter’s own algorithm which will also be based on the content that you follow. It is said that this will be replacing the suggestion box that normally suggests users one by one for you to follow.
Now testing on Android: You may see a suggestion to follow a group of relevant accounts on the profile page of someone you just followed. You can instantly add all the accounts with a single tap and easily remove the ones you don’t want to follow. pic.twitter.com/fayS9uIFvV
— Twitter Support (@TwitterSupport) October 6, 2020
The feature is still the testing phase, and as with previous features, there’s a chance that this may or may not appear in future updates of the Twitter app. But this should be an easier way to find more relevant accounts that you can follow. What do you think of the feature? Let us know in the comments!