Twitter Explore replaces Moments tab

Mohammad Kanchwala
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Twitter truly is trying and trying till they succeed, which appears to have turned into a trend of sorts for the company. This time around, Twitter is once again attempting a change by replacing the Moments tab with Explore.

Moments, as you may recollect captured the most popular proceedings on Twitter in one place, and the Trending section gave users a glimpse of trending hashtags and topics which meant that finding out topics that are being discussed by the Twitter majority was quite a task earlier.

This is now expected to change, as Twitter intends to roll up all these functions under one tab, Explore. So as you can see, this is Twitter attempting once again, to simplify their platform for users who may have been discouraged to use the platform less often due to the lack of fluidity.

Well, that may not be the case anymore.

Twitter says they have been trying to address this issue for over a year now, trying to make things simpler for its users, and that the people they got in touch with, said Explore works for them. It provides an easily accessible window into what’s happening on Twitter.

Twitter is also reassuring users that ‘nothing is going away’!

Moments too was launched with an identical goal in mind, but could not deliver as expected. Due to which Twitter began to test Explore with some users and received positive feedback, therefore cometh Explore.

This is what the new Explore tab will look like. It replaces Moments as the tab in the centre of the app and if you are an iOS user, the update is being rolled out for your device today itself.


Android users will have to be patient as Twitter says the update will be rolled out for Android devices in the next few weeks.

Twitter Explore is still open to a few changes based on user feedback, so once you test out the new update, make sure you have your say.

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