Twitter today announced that the user will add a “related headlines” section for embedded below, just below posts. The move will let users clicking via a tweet’s permalink page will surface on website which have embedded it. Related headlines are now rolling out across the service.
In a blog post, the micro-blogging giant cites NBA center Jason Collins as an example saying thanks to his fans for supporting team. Colin earlier this year became the first openly gay basketball player. Earlier, users have to go to Google or to check other sources to know what people are saying and now all lies at one single step – “related headlines.”