Twitter is great for breaking news or for grabbing a public comment from a celebrity. It’s not always as thorough in providing context
The micro-blogging network is trying to change that with an update it rolled out on Monday. The new feature shares “related headlines” for a tweet; a list of web stories that provide additional context from various media outlets. Open up a tweet by clicking the ‘details’ button or miniature time stamp in the upper right corner and you see a list of web stories in which that tweet was embedded
Not all tweets will have related headlines, of course — only tweets popular or relevant enough to have been embedded in a post. The new feature is intended to provide tweets with a little more context by offering a glimpse at “the stories behind a Tweet,” according to Twitter’s blog
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