The social network has announced a new feature for followers, dubbed the Follow You lyrics generator, that allows users to choose which songs they want to read on their feeds.
The feature, which has been in beta for a few months, was announced in a tweet from Twitter CEO Dick Costolo on Wednesday.
It will allow users to create a list of songs they follow and then feed those songs to followers, allowing them to quickly filter which songs are likely to be of interest to them.
A list of the 100 most followed songs on Twitter will be available to the public soon, according to Twitter, with more songs added each week.
In addition to the Follow Your Lyrics generator, Twitter also announced that it has introduced a new algorithm to determine which songs to follow on a user’s feed, using an algorithm called “Followers With Likes.”
This algorithm is used by social networks like Facebook and Instagram to determine what posts a user will see from a given user.
“When we have a large number of followers, our algorithms automatically follow that person, rather than randomly,” Costolo said in a statement.
“We’ve been working on this for years.
We are proud to finally have it ready and ready to be used by the world’s greatest fans.”
Twitter said it will soon start rolling out new features that allow users more control over how their posts are shared.
For example, it will begin providing more control to users to set which posts they see appear in the feeds of others.
The company said it has not made any changes to how the algorithm works at this time.