Auto-switch to Latest Tweets for Twitter
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Overview

This tiny extension will switch you back to Latest Tweets automatically every time you load Twitter homepage

New Twitter for Web showing you algorithmic feed regularly. If you prefer to see your tweets in chronological order, you have to switch back manually every time. This tiny extension will switch you back to Latest Tweets automatically every time you load the Twitter homepage. Important note: script only works when the page is (re)loaded, but Twitter is navigating between its pages without reloading. So imagine a situation: you left your notifications tab hanging for a while and then come back and hit the home button. Now Twitter will show you the home page without reloading page itself. In this case, the extension would not know that it have to do its job, even if Twitter decided to show you algorithmic feed again. But here is the good news — you don't have to reach this tiny buttons again, just reload the page with cmd/ctrl + R and enjoy your latest tweets.

4.8 out of 54 ratings

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悲喜多May 28, 2023

At the time of drawing up this review, it was working correctly. Thank you, that was very helpful.

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hy ouroJan 20, 2023

PlEASE UPDATE NOW!!! If you can get this feature up to current specifications, this extension should be great! Come on! NOW! Please!

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Kilo RatJan 18, 2023

This was great while it was working, but as of today it doesn't do anything, Twitter must have made some changes.

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Details

  • Version
    1.0.1
  • Updated
    July 27, 2019
  • Size
    10.4KiB
  • Languages
    English
  • Non-trader
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