The micro-blogging site Twitter has removed its “You Both Follow” and “Followed By”, replacing them with a new “Connections” area which allows a Twitter user to see what Twitter users you have in common with another user.
Although you are unable to see the total number of Twitter users that would be considered common, the individual features can now be expanded thereby allowing you to be able to see a full list of the mutual followers that are common. There is also a “more” icon which when clicked will show you the Twitter users that both of you are followed by for a specific user. This is not the first time that Twitter has played around with such a feature, but this time around, it looks to be a permanent enhancement which will progress towards the creation of a better Twitter social graph.
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