Twitter now lets you search for new lists to follow

Twitter is rolling out a handy feature that can help you discover new lists to follow. From the Lists tab on Twitter’s desktop site, you can now type a term into the newly added search bar and scroll through a bunch of related lists.

The feature should make it easier to find new lists, since you could previously only create your own lists or view lists that other people are following from their profiles. Although Twitter also provides recommended lists, this gives you no control over the types of lists you see.

Screenshot by Emma Roth/The Verge

You can find the new search bar at the very top of the Lists tab on the Twitter desktop site. Trying it out for myself, I found it easy to browse through different types of lists in different categories, like “tech news” or “Nintendo”, with each search result showing how many members and subscribers the list has . However, the feature is still not available on Twitter’s mobile app, and it’s unclear when Twitter might roll it out.


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