Twitter has meged its "Followed By" and "You Both Follow" features into a new one called "Connections," which allows you to see what users you have in common with other Twitter users. While you still can't see the number of users you have in common, the individual features are now expandable and you can see complete lists of mutual follows and people you're both followed by for any given user, when you click "more."
Even though they have experimented with the feature before, the change is a permanent step towards developing a more useful Twitter social graph.
Twitter's Carolyn Penner says, "By exposing accounts that you and another user have in common, you'll now know how those accounts are connected to other accounts you already follow. As a result, you'll be able to make more informed decisions about which accounts to follow."
[tags]social media,social network,social networking[/tags]