Thread Navigator is a free website which lets you read long X (Twitter) threads on a single page without unwrapping. Thread posts are great when you are using it to announce something, or launching a new product. You need to build that excitement up in your followers or audience. Thread posts are usually posted one after another. For example, you put out a post to let everyone know something is coming. Then maybe 15-20 minutes later you add another post to the thread to build up the drama and so on.
Now as a reader following a thread post sometimes becomes difficult as there is one post after another and then there are lots of comments and replies attached to it as well. It might get confusing to a reader, regarding what the first post was and then the succession of posts to read.
This is where Thread Navigator will help you out. All you have to do is copy-paste the link of the X (Twitter) thread post in the box provided on the website. The website will give you the entire thread story on a single page, which is easily readable now.
Let’s look at how this website works:
Go to the home page of the website using the link given at the end of this article. You will see a page like the one in the screenshot below.
On this page, you will see a text box where you have to enter the URL of the X (Twitter) thread. After entering/ pasting the URL, click the “Navigate” button. This will display the thread post on a single page for you to read, as can be seen in the screenshot below.
The home page of the website is also pretty basic. You have the option to enter URL at the top of the page and when you scroll down there is a heading of recent posts. Under this you will see recent threads which have been converted or unrolled by this website.
Overall, it is a nice website to read X (Twitter) threads in one single page instead of scrolling through the posts. The advantage is that you can read the entire context of the thread posts in sequence on one single page without missing out anything. Try it out.
Check out Thread Navigator here.