Twitter has finally rolled out the update so you can prevent tweets from disappearing as you read on the web.

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Twitter has released a new update that will prevent tweets from disappearing while users are reading them on the web. These new move follows complaints from Twitter users, that tweets sometimes disappear from view when users take part by reading a tweet. However, the timeline is constantly refreshing itself, resulting in tweets “disappearing”. But now with the latest update, users can choose when they want to load new tweets into the timeline on the Twitter web.

Moreover with this, twitter will no longer automatically refresh the timeline on the web with new tweets. According to the Twitter support page, users can load new tweets whenever they want by clicking on the tweet counter bar on their timeline.

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Furthermore, users who log in through the app have complained of missing tweets several times in the past. Tweets are said to disappear from view when the timeline is automatically refresh. The company promised to fix the problem in September this year. The company announced that in the next two months, it will release updates to address this issue.

Moreover, working on many features and updates for the Twitter platform. Recently, Twitter Spaces introduced a new feature that allows listeners and hosts to reach an audience by sending a direct link to a Spaces audio broadcast.

Individually, it has teamed up with Instagram to facilitate cross-posting by launching Twitter card previews on Android and iOS.

Last but not least, the company has introduced a new privacy-related feature that allows users to remove followers without blocking them. Once a Twitter user has deleted someone, the user’s tweets will no longer automatically appear in their timeline. It is currently available on the web version.

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