The trend-tracking service Twitter has made the announcement that it’s rolling out a new “trending” feature.
This feature will allow advertisers to highlight a specific topic, or tag a specific user, in an advertisement that will then be automatically shown in the user’s feed.
This is a new feature for Twitter that will allow users to target their ads directly on users who follow them, but will also allow users who do not follow them to “see the trending” section of the Twitter news feed.
“Trends” will be shown in a user’s timeline, as well as in a feed, when someone shares a tweet or comments on an article.
Trending is already a popular feature on Twitter, but this new feature will give users more control over what they see in their feed.
The new feature, dubbed “Trended” will work for both paid and non-paid users, according to the company.
Users will be able to share their own content, like their favorite bands, with their followers, and will be given the ability to “re-rank” those posts to highlight certain topics.
The Trending feature is the latest in a series of improvements that Twitter is making to its social media platform.
Earlier this month, the company rolled out a slew of new features to improve the experience for users, including a new feed widget and new features that allow users, like publishers, to more easily see what their followers are talking about.
Users can also now add hashtags to their posts, and now they can also search for and share content from others on Twitter.
It’s clear that the company has been making a lot of progress in its social messaging efforts.
Twitter’s announcement comes a few weeks after it introduced its own native app called Tweetbot, which is meant to make it easier for people to tweet using their smartphones.
The company has also been making moves to make its news feed a bit more visually appealing, including bringing back its news and weather feeds.
With the new feature in place, users will be better able to identify which topics they’re interested in, and which ones they don’t.
“With this new tool, we’ll continue to evolve the experience of finding news, trends, and more to make Twitter even more accessible and engaging for our users,” tweeted Facebook’s general manager of news and news content, Chris Neeley, in a statement.
Twitter has been experimenting with its Trending and Trending tab, which currently shows a small amount of content in the trending section, but more content will be added in the future.
The addition of Trending will also likely bring more information to users about what content is trending, as it will help them understand when their content is being shared.