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Threads starts testing a TweetDeck-like feed of real-time posts

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Meta is starting to test a TweetDeck-like experience for Threads today. It will allow Threads users to create customizable feeds that are stacked in a column interface on the web — just like TweetDeck did before it became a paid service and was rebranded to X Pro last year.

“If you’re in the test, you can choose to keep things simple with a single feed, or add separate columns for your favorite searches, tags, accounts, saved posts, and notifications,” explains Meta spokesperson Seine Kim in a statement to The Verge. “You can choose to have specific columns auto-update in real time.”

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The new TweetDeck-like web experience for Threads.

Meta will be selecting Threads users to test this new experience…

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