"If you miss any tweets, *any at all,* there will be just as much good stuff in there as there is in what you actually see.
Delivering some of that, by pushing down something else, is *guaranteed* to give you a better experience. You think you will, but you won't." The Verge spoke to two users who have been testing the new timeline for a few months. "I started to get used to it but I still think that it is a terrible idea," Twitter user Robin Bonny told me.
When I tweet, I can see the update on my timeline but not on my profile/page. This appears to be web isolated, or at least user stream is not affected. It happened just after I disconnected Facebook from Twitter.
I've looked at this issue a bit after one of my followers was talking about it.
The best way to think of the new timeline is as an expanded version of this feature.
Spend an entire day away from Twitter, and when you open the app again, you'll see highlights from the day.
If your Twitter widget is has mysteriously disappeared recently, it may be time to update to an embedded timeline.
You can still embed a timeline for Tweets from an individual user, a user’s favorites, Twitter lists, or any search query or hashtag on your site.Not by principle, just by math." Rosania concluded: "Someday soon, the tweets you see will be a little more interesting, and the tweets you miss won't be as important. "It tears conversations apart, and it's really confusing when some people have been live-tweeting an event and those things get scattered all across my timeline.It makes it extremely hard to follow events, and destroys one of the core values of Twitter, in my opinion." Another user, Coady Di Biase, was only slightly more positive.Twitter went into an uproar Friday after a Buzz Feed report that the social network was on the brink introducing an algorithmic, more Facebook-style feed.Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey tried to calm fears this morning in a series of tweets, but he did not deny the substance of the report.One tester told me that the new timeline will also show you related posts for popular tweets if you want to dive deeper.