Using the Discover tab

The Discover tab surfaces the best content from around Twitter and is personalized for you. Read on to learn how to use each element of the Discover tab: Tweets, Activity, Who to follow, Find friends, and Popular accounts.


The Tweets tab within Discover reveals the best Tweets from all across Twitter from a variety of sources. We have algorithms that examine all of the tweets on Twitter to find the best content. Some of this content is tailored to you based on on the people that you follow as well as the people that they follow.


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.

Who to follow

Find new and interesting accounts to follow in the Who to follow tab. Twitter makes recommendations based on the accounts you’re already following.

Click here to learn more about Who to follow.

Find friends

The Find friends tab within 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.

Popular accounts

The Popular accounts tab within Discover 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 Popular accounts.