How to find the trending topics on Twitter, the daily roundup
In the past year, Twitter has seen a massive uptick in users, which has sparked concerns that it may be running too hot.
In 2016, the company launched a trending news section and an algorithm that analyzes which topics are trending most often, and then uses that information to generate new stories.
That’s not to say that all news articles are necessarily newsworthy, but the fact that Twitter can now find topics on the news feed that it thinks may be relevant to the user is significant.
But for now, it’s mostly about trending topics.
This week, Twitter said it would be adding a feature to its News Feed that would automatically generate new headlines for trending topics if they are found.
That means that, even if the topic isn’t actually trending, you won’t be prompted to click through to see a story about it.
(Twitter’s News Feed algorithm doesn’t include news articles from any news outlets.)
It’s a small change, but it could have a big impact.
Trending topics are typically the ones with the most traffic, so it would make sense to make it easier to find news for those users.
That way, more users will have the chance to check out what the trending topic is about, and it will be easier to get into trending topics when they get the chance.
It’s still unclear how much this feature will impact the newsfeed, though.
In the first quarter of this year, for instance, news articles that were trending in the first three days of that quarter (as defined by Twitter) accounted for 30 percent of all articles in the News Feed.
By the end of that year, the same article had accounted for 36 percent of the content in the feed.
There’s a reason why a trending topic has to be trending before the content is shown.