Twitter has died over the weekend and now it’s attempting to come back to life. After a Buzzfeed report that said that Twitter was getting rid of its traditional feed, the platform fell victim of one of its own death hoaxes. Users, feeling that the company was betraying them by putting the real time feed to a rest, were outraged and the fury was so intense that Twitter’s CEO Jack Dorsey had to appear to appease the nervous breakdowns sweeping through the site.
Dorsey said that Twitter was “live” and that the company is always listening its users feedback. “We never planned to reorder timelines next week” he said. But with investors putting pressure to make Twitter profitable and the company shares reaching an all-time low on Monday morning, the Twitter we now know is surely on a way for big changed. Ironically, those changes are starting today, when the company is rolling a new version of… yup, you’ve guessed – its timeline.