Today, Twitter launched custom timelines to help users control and organize tweets that appear in a steam. Users can choose the tweets they want to include in their custom timelines programmatically via the API or manually via TweetDeck. For example, an event organizer can curate the tweets related to that event and even embed it on their website.
Custom timelines are public and have their own page on Twitter.com so they can be shared easily.
Custom timelines are rolling out to all TweetDeck users over the next several days. The new custom timelines API beta will allow users to build timelines based on specific logic or, a la TweetDeck, create tools that help others build their own custom timelines. The API will open to select partners. You can apply here.
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