We’ve been listening to rumblings of a redesigned Twitter.com for months, but it surely’s lastly right here. The social community immediately revealed its new look – designed to higher line up with its cell apps – is rolling out to customers immediately.
Woah, what’s this? A shiny new https://t.co/q4wnE46fGs for desktop? Yup. IT’S HERE. pic.twitter.com/8y4TMzqBGa
— Twitter (@Twitter) July 15, 2019
Cleaner aesthetics apart, there are a couple of key performance adjustments:
- The ‘Explore’ tab is now out there on desktop, making it simpler to search out stay video and native moments primarily based in your location.
- Bookmarks, lists, and your profile are simpler to entry with their very own spots within the aspect navigation menu.
- Direct Messages now have a bigger view, permitting you to reply to messages and see your varied conversations on the identical display.
- The sidebar menu makes it simpler to modify between accounts
- You now have two choices for darkish mode, in addition to varied themes and color choices.
These adjustments are constructed upon a significant revamp of Twitter’s back-end structure – the corporate says it rebuilt Twitter.com from scratch.
Among its objectives had been making a quicker, extra environment friendly platform, and guaranteeing cell customers have entry to the identical breadth of options as desktop customers. Tablet customers, for instance, will be capable to use the identical keyboard shortcuts as desktop customers. Moreover, the new web site will solely load options as you want them, serving to save knowledge for these on metered connections.
Twitter says it obtained “hundreds of thousands of responses” throughout its check interval, guiding the ultimate design. As traditional, the web is prone to be divided on a new look, however at the very least this one brings some significant enhancements.
The design is rolling out progressively now, however if you happen to don’t have it but, you’ll be able to go forward and check out it by clicking in your avatar and deciding on “Try the new Twitter.” Be warned: as soon as you turn, you’ll be able to’t return.