The feature was added last month but only for iOS devices but now the it is available for Android users as well.

The new feature includes what the micro blogging site thinks to be the best tweets to the top of a user's timeline the next time they open their Twitter account, reports said. It works like Facebook's news feed that presents status updates and posts in a ranked manner.

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It is the first major Twitter feature beyond promoted tweets and adverts to sort tweets in a non-chronological fashion, the report added.

"Every time you open the Twitter app, you'll see something great," Twitter said when it announced the new feature as part of its "Timeline Highlights" improvements.

The new feature aims at preserving important tweets that could get drowned out by the rapid flow of tweets on a daily basis.

More than 500 million tweets are sent a daily basis, with many users following hundreds of accounts. Whereas Facebook has 1.3 billion users to Twitter's 284 million.

Twitter has also introduced a new feature, TweetDeck, which allows users to share one Twitter account with their team members without sharing password.

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The users will have to login to TweetDeck with same user id and password and than select Accounts to add other accounts to the team. A confirm or deny notification will sent to the added users. Once team is formed, the users can use the same account to tweet at the same time.

The product manager Amy Zima made the announcement through a blog post.
"TweetDeck Teams is a simple solution to Twitter account sharing. It enables you to delegate access to as many people as you like, and remove accounts when they no longer need access," Zima said in the post.