The Mark Zuckerberg-created platform Threads now features a "Following" button that enables users to examine postings from the persons they follow in chronological order. Users of Android and iOS can access the functionality.
Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Meta, sent a message on the Threads platform announcing the new functionality. He captioned his response to a user's request for this particular feature, "Ask and you shall receive."
Zuckerberg take on the App update
Zuckerberg likewise took to Instagram to share the report about the most recent element, expressing, "Began carrying out a possibility for an ordered feed of just individuals you're following."
Twitter rival keeps on showing the default "For You" tab to its clients. Accordingly, getting to the "Accompanying" tab expects them to tap either on the home symbol arranged at the base left of the application or on the Threads logo situated at the top. It is vital to take note of that clients should rehash this cycle each time they open the application to see the substance in the "Accompanying" tab.
Threads might not have carried out the element for everybody if tapping on the symbol doesn't change the feed to the "Accompanying" tab. In such cases, it is conceivable that the choice for the sequential feed of individuals you follow has not been made accessible to those clients yet. Both Android and iOS clients on Threads can now see the "Accompanying" tab, as it has been presented.
To review, the parent organization of Threads, as of late delivered the second update for iOS clients of its well-known microblogging application. This most recent update presents a scope of new elements and addresses different issues that were available in the past rendition. Cameron Roth, the designer behind Threads, has given bits of knowledge into the organization of this update.