The tool is pretty simple and easy to use. Once you download it and click the Chrome extension, a FlipFeed box appears to the left of your Twitter feed where you can choose between two options, either "Load another feed" or "Restore my feed."
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In a trial by this reporter, one flip revealed a right-wing feed that included tweets from Fox News, Breitbart and the GOP. Another flip displayed more left-leaning tweets from CNN, the Huffington Post and Ezra Klein.
The tool doesn't appear to show any tweets from accounts that have less than several thousand followers.
FlipFeed isn't the first tool like this to exist. The Wall Street Journal's Blue Feed, Red Feed tool shows users conservative and liberal Facebook posts on a specific topic like abortion, guns or Donald Trump, in a side-by-side view.
An Instagram tool once allowed you to see someone else's feed, but Instagram cut off the app's access to their application program interface (API) shortly after it launched.