Twitter is known for its long and winding social network.
Now, it’s getting some attention for a new way to explore its data.
As of Thursday, Twitter has started rolling out an experimental tool that lets you share links and links to other Twitter users on the social networks graph.
The company says it plans to expand the tool to include links to Twitter pages, video and photo feeds, as well as a new feature called the “trend graph.”
It is expected to be rolling out in the coming weeks.
The tool works with the Twitter Graph, which Twitter has long used to show a look at the number of people on the platform.
It has long been used for analyzing trends and building up social engagement, but its usefulness has been questioned.
Users on Twitter, for example, can see their follower count, their followers, their new followers, and their most retweeted content.
But there is no way to zoom in on that.
And while Twitter’s data is open to anyone who is logged in and willing to share, there’s no way for users to see how many of their followers are following other users.
Twitter says its Trend Graph allows users to find out what the most shared content is on their timelines.
And it allows users who don’t follow any specific people to see a graph that shows how many people are following their favorite accounts.
The company is rolling out the tool across Twitter’s mobile apps and in the News Feed section of the website, Twitter’s social media page.
It says the tool is designed to work with the latest Twitter news feeds and not be dependent on any particular algorithm.
The new feature, which is still in the experimental phase, will allow users to explore Twitter content in a new and interesting way.
For instance, the tool will allow them to see what Twitter users are following for different topics, including a new trending topic called “Social Media.”
Users will also be able to see their own followers on the Trend Graph, or to see other users’ followers on a topic.
Users can then filter or remove the Trend, or share it to other people and groups.
The Twitter tool, called Trend Graphs, was created by a company called Graphify that specializes in social data analytics.
Graphify’s CEO, Dan Houser, said the tool “has a unique opportunity to provide a more comprehensive look at Twitter’s trending topics.”
The tool, Housers told Business Insider, allows users “to quickly see what the top trending topics are across all of Twitter’s platform, including the top topics, and how they’ve changed over time.”
Houser said the new Trend Graph will also allow users “access to more data than ever before.”
“Twitter has an amazing amount of data about its users, and we need to do everything we can to make it available to the public, even to the most casual users,” Hous, who also founded Graphify, told Business Insiders.
“In this way, Trend Graph can help us build a better user experience.”
Twitter has been using its data to help make predictions about future trends on the platforms.
But it has also been criticized for limiting the amount of information it can share about its audience.
Housers, in a blog post, said Trend Graph lets users “see the world as it is, and it’s important to us that users see all the information they need to make informed decisions.”
In a statement to Business Insider Thursday, Houndser said he’s excited to see the tool’s popularity grow.
“I hope the Trend is a great success and helps people discover more about themselves, their friends, and the world around them,” he said.
“As long as it’s fun to play with, I’m sure we’ll see more people trying it and sharing their data on social networks.”
Twitter is a popular place to share news and information about the social platforms, as many users share links to content that they want to share on their timeline.
Users of Twitter can also share links directly to posts or photos they want others to see, or they can share links in a post, a photo, or a tweet.
Twitter’s new tool will let users share the content of other people’s timelines, such as images and videos.
Users will also see the number and status of people they follow on Twitter.