In January 2010, Twitter added Local Trends to make it easier to find more locally relevant topics in specific countries and metropolitan locations. Now, today, Twitter the micorblogging giant is adding Trends for more than 70 new cities and countries – bringing the total number of locations to more than 100.
“Local Trends will allow you to learn more about the nuances in our world and discover even more relevant topics that might matter to you.”
You can now browse these new locations by clicking “change” in the Trends sidebar on twitter.com. You’ll see and be able to select among a wide array of cities and countries, including Santiago, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, South Africa, Japan and many more.
And, of course, you still have the option to see worldwide Trends.
If you’ve got questions or would like help, please check out support article on Trends.