The new timeline will reorder tweets based on what Twitter's algorithm thinks people want to see most, a radical departure from the present reverse chronological order of tweets in the micro-blogging site's current feed.

The new timeline is a way for Twitter to elevate popular content, make content accessible for everyone — even if they are not signed in, and feed people what they want to see and discuss most.

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"Before today, you could see individual Tweets, but it was hard to discover stories and conversations happening on Twitter without signing in. Now, you can check out a news story as it unfolds," Paul Lambert, product manager of Twitter, wrote on the micro-blogging website's blog on
"It's real-time and straight from the source, just like the Twitter experience for those who log in," he added. The home timeline will be rolled out to people across 23 countries, including India, who visit the homepage on their mobile devices.