The Discover tab brings together new sources of information for you to follow on Twitter. Read on to learn how to use each element of the Discover tab: Tweets, Activity, Who to Follow, Find Friends, and Browse Categories.
The Tweets tab within Discover reveals Tweets that are breaking on Twitter amongst the people you follow and those they follow. Tweets are a collection of topics that people like you are talking about – not all Tweets will have made it into Trends, but we hope all of the Tweets you see are interesting to you. Some may even help you learn something new!
Click here to learn more about Tweets displayed in the Discover tab.
The Activity tab is where you can discover what the people you care about are engaging with on Twitter. Activity shows the latest Favorites, Retweets, and Follows made by the people you follow on Twitter – all in one place.
Click here to learn more about the Activity tab.
Twitter can help you find accounts to follow by directly recommending new accounts that may be of interest to you, based on the accounts you're already following. We suggest some accounts for you on the Discover page.
Click here to learn more about Who to Follow.
The Find Friends tab under Discover allows you to follow friends and colleagues with a simple contact import from your email address book.
Click here to learn how to Find Friends on Twitter.
The Browse categories tab under the Discover section includes lists of engaging and well-liked accounts on Twitter, organized by common interests. These suggestions represent just a small sample of all of the great users and content you can follow on Twitter, but can be a great place to get started.
Click here to learn how to Browse Categories.