Twitter brings Moments to the UK to help you see what's trending

Twitter has officially launched the company's Moments feature in the UK, which allows users of the social platform to remain up-to-date with latest news and events. Gone are the days of spending time to search a particular topic. You'll be able to try out the new feature in official Twitter apps and on the web.

With Moments, Twitter will group a bunch of prominent tweets (as opposed to simply looking at messy trend tabs like the above photo) surrounding a particular news story or trending topic so that you can quickly check out the trending messages without having to perform a search. Moments will provide such a selection of tweets thanks to available personnel at hand to curate content.

Expect to see Moments hit your timeline in the UK shortly as the rollout continues.

Source: Twitter

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  • Regional Discrimination
  • Nothing New!!
  • Moments feature is the best thing ever happened to Twitter. Can't wait to see it on Windows 10 mobile. I use it a lot.
  • Quack :v
  • Twitter will take around 2 years to make this feature available in it's windows phone app..
  • If Windows phones still exist in that time...
  • Tfeh
  • Path has stopped support for their app on Windows Phone.
  • Relevance?
  • Both in relation to this post and a general comment on Path itself!!
  • Rubbish app for windows
  • Is twitter going to make a new twitter for win10 or at least update alot?
  • They've already got a W10 app that gets updated frequently, just not for mobile, at least not yet.
  • But not on the official app for Windows Mobile... Lost count of the tweets I've sent to their support asking about updates. No reply.
  • Although the roll out in the UK is a positive, I fail to see how this news ties into Windows?
  • Windows 10's twitter app has this feature. Thus this feature coming to UK mean the Windows 10 user there can use it.
  • I don't get how it doesn't? Twitter has apps on Windows.
  • I'm surprised that it just got there now...
  • Where is thy mobile version?
  • Indeed!
  • Cool hope other countries get this feature soo. *cough Canada*. On a side note, for all the talk about universal windows apps, i'd like to think that after releasing a universal app for Win10 the mobile version would not be far behind.
  • Do any of the "Premium, better than official" Twitter apps have this feature?