Jack Dorsey Suggests Third-Party Hack to Change Twitter Feed, Trolls Ethereum
While people across the world now use Twitter, they also long for the days when updates from those they followed appeared in chronological order. When they knew exactly where to look and did not have to sift through hundreds of tweets. Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, too, seems to be among those who preferred the old system. However, he appears to have found a way to change his Twitter feed to the simpler times and shared a workaround with his followers. Dorsey said he could get updates from the people he followed appearing in chronological order after trying the hack.
“I used Vicariously to create and sync a list of all accounts I’m following, Jack Dorsey tweeted on Thursday.
I used @getvicarious to create and sync a list of all accounts I’m following, set that list to be reverse chron, named it “Latest” and pinned it, and now I can quickly swipe between ranked (algorithm) and all tweets as they happen— jack⚡️ (@jack) August 12, 2021
(inspired by an idea from team) pic.twitter.com/ZfSg9pGeds