New York — Twitter has rolled out a new way to measure its users’ engagement on its service.
The algorithm has been tweaked to make it more accurate in measuring the volume of posts on a user’s timeline.
The new algorithm lets Twitter track posts and comments, which in turn is how it decides whether to show or not on the trending topic section.
Twitter said the change is intended to improve the user experience for users, improve engagement and help improve the company’s user experience.
Twitter has long had an algorithm that used social media as a way to rank the most popular posts on the service, but that algorithm has not been calibrated for Twitter’s current growth.
The company says it will be changing the way it measures engagement to make its algorithm more accurate.
It also announced a new service, which lets users see tweets and comments that were created by other users on the platform.