Twitter began testing people's capacity to count their favourite lists in its iOS app back in July. It was a way for consumers to readily change their timeline to view tweets from the records they added to a list, comparable to what other Twitter applications like TweetDeck can do.

That function was restricted to a small number of individuals at the moment, but now Twitter rolls it out with an iOS device to everyone.

This will allow you to tag (and unpin) up to five lists that you follow or subscribe to, with tweets that you can follow straight from your home timeline.

In case you know, you need a more curated experience than the top tweets or chronological timelines can offer, that's going to come in handy.

Twitter has also added a fresh landing page for your lists as pictured above, showing a header picture and more context about your customizable timelines, consiting of the number of members and subscribers.

If you are using the iOS app, simply tap your profile picture and select the lists tab in the Home menu— there is a GIF below for you.

Oh, and because I know some of you are wondering when you can have this on Android, Twitter told Engadget that in the near future the feature will be expanding outside of iOS, although it hasn't got an precise date yet.