Musk made the announcement in a tweet, stating that the update will give users more control over their Twitter experience and make it easier for them to find content that is relevant to them. He also mentioned that the change was in response to feedback from users who felt that the “For You” tab was overwhelming and cluttered.
This update will give users the ability to opt-out of the “For You” tab and instead, choose to see tweets from the people they follow or other content they are interested in. The update will also include a feature that allows users to turn off personalized recommendations altogether.
This move by Twitter comes as social media platforms are facing increasing pressure to give users more control over their data and the content they see on the platform. This change will also align with Twitter’s goal to provide a more personalized and curated experience for its users.
It’s worth noting that this update is not yet confirmed by Twitter and it’s still uncertain if this change will be implemented in the near future. As always, it’s important to be skeptical of any information from unofficial sources.