Twitter is testing new 'Suggested Follows' feature that suggests dozens of ...

Twitter is testing new 'Suggested Follows' feature that suggests dozens of accounts users can add all at once with a push of a button Twitter is experimenting with a 'Suggested Follows' feature Users can add a group of related accounts all at once, rather than one at a time Twitter suggests accounts to users based on personalized algorithms  The feature is only being tested on Android devices for now 

By Dan Avery For Dailymail.com

Published: 22:08 BST, 7 October 2020 | Updated: 22:09 BST, 7 October 2020

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Twitter is experimenting with a new feature that presents users with a list of suggested accounts to follow.

When you follow someone, a 'Suggested Follows' list appears with related accounts you may want to add.

Users can add all the accounts with a single tap and then remove the ones they don't want to follow.

Twitter announced 'Suggested Follows'

Tuesday afternoon, indicating that it's only being tested on Android devices for now. 

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Twitter's 'Suggested Follows' feature allows users to add a group of related accounts with a single tap, rather than one at a time. The company didn't say how many accounts would be suggested at once, but this sample image shows 19 suggested follows

Twitter's 'Suggested Follows' feature allows users to add a group of related accounts with a single tap, rather than one at a time. The company didn't say how many accounts would be suggested at once, but this sample image shows 19 suggested follows

'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,' the tweet read. 'You can instantly add all the accounts with a single tap and easily remove the ones you don't want to follow.'

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