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Twitter just took another step to become more like Facebook . Several days ago, we noticed that Twitter rolled out an experiment to some users that began showing actions — like favorited tweets — on the main Twitter timeline. At the time, it appeared this feature was just a test, since it hadn’t been universally deployed to all users. Now, Twitter has updated some key language on its help page that indicates a permanent change. The key phrasing in the old text is “content that may be relevant to you.” The new paragraph is a more explicit explanation of something Twitter previously displayed; the company is now more clearly defining what that “relevant content” is.



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