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Agency executives say Twitter's introduction of a new algorithm for the top of the news feed could be the beginning of a series of bold moves for the platform.
The algorithm, officially introduced today, reorders tweets at the top of a user's timeline with tweets determined by criteria such as account interactions, engagement and network activity. The feature is optional and is followed by the traditional reverse-chronological feed that for years has made the platform stand out from others.