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How to turn off Twitter’s new 'Facebook' style timeline

It’s happened.

Twitter has rolled out its rumoured timeline feature, altering its chronological order in favour of showing users the "best Tweets first".

The new algorithm-based timeline will push those tweets it believes you’ll be most interested in to the top of your feed, similar to the manner in which Facebook’s timeline breaks the chronology of posts to show the most liked stories/images over others.

Here’s how to access the new setting, turning it on or off as you see fit.

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