How to See Timelines of Quoted Tweets to Keep Conversations in Order

MakeUseOf | 4/19/2018 | Dan Price
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Do you remember when Twitter first came onto the scene? It had much fewer features than it has today, and it was tough to have a flowing conversation.

As a result, Twitter users developed their own ways to adapt the app to their needs. Thus was born the hashtag, as well as the “RT” that’s used today to signify retweets. Of course, retweets are now very much part of Twitter—the feature has its own dedicated button.

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But it still isn’t easy following a timeline of retweets, especially if the retweeter chooses to quote the original tweet and add their own message rather than just rebroadcast the content “as is.” The problem is further exacerbated by publishers who deliberately ask for quoted tweets. The feature is more and more being used as a way to vote on topics, and with increasing regularity.

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