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Tech Friday, May 27th 2011 at 9:49 am

Twitter Rolls Out New “Following” Page to Visualize Other Users’ Timelines

Twitter has just made it easier to find cool new people to follow on Twitter, and the key is allowing users to see who cool people they already follow on Twitter are following on Twitter. While the microblogging service has long made it possible to view a list of the accounts being followed by a given user, the revamped “following” page actually simulates that user’s full feed, showing Tweets from their followed accounts in reverse-chron order.

To check out the follow list of a given user, go to http://twitter.com/#!/USERNAME/following, or simply click the right sidebar button which should be visible on their main page which reads “Discover who @USERNAME follows.” From within the “following page”, Twitter has also added a useful discovery feature: Click on the intertwined arrows in the top-right corner of the page to jump to the “following” page of a random featured account.

(via TechCrunch)

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