Twitter has completed rolling out its new Activity and @username tabs. The new @username tab allows users to see mentions, favorites, retweets and follows of their tweets. The Activity section shows users what the people they follow are doing at the microblogging site. Twitter had announced the new features in August this year.
“You can now see when someone favorites or retweets one of your Tweets. You can also learn which Tweets are most interesting and inspiring to the people you follow,” Twitter had said in its a blog post while announcing the new features. The microblogging site completed the rollout on Monday.
To see who are retweeting or mentioning their posts, Twitter users can click on “@username” tabs on home pages. The new “activity” tabs allow users to check out what the people they are following doing on the microblogging site. Twitter's activity button is pretty similar to Facebook's ticker, which shows what others are doing on the social networking site. Do you like the new Twitter tabs? Let us know in the comments section below: