Twitter is testing a new feature that let users follow more than one account in a single click. Twitter says the feature will suggest accounts that you may want to follow on the profile of someone that you’ve already follow — recommended based on the users profile and connection.
Twitter announced yesterday that the new “Suggested follow” feature will suggests a group of relevant accounts on the profile page of someone you just followed. And you can follow all the account with a single click and easily unfollow the account that you’re not interested in. And the feature will first be tested in Android, and probably this will be the only feature tested on Android.
The Suggested Follow Twitter feature basically want users to follow a group of relevant and like minded people rather than choosing for yourself. If you follow a person page now on Twitter you’ll see other people that do the same thing and you can follow them but now Twitter is making sure you follow all.
The feature says “a set of accounts that work with the profile page” then it will recommend account that you may want to follow. Twitter uses algorithms to determine accounts that may be related to the profile you’ve just follow.
So If you follow high profile artist like Justin Bieber you may see some other high profile account that Twitter “Suggested follows” may recommend and mostly other top artists.
Twitter is also working on a feature to prompt user to read an article first before retweeting it.