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Twitter has updated the official Twitter For Mac application with a number of new features, including expandable timelines, plus a revised design that brings the product into line with its other apps.
Yesterday was a big day for Twitter, who announced new functionality that will allow you to email tweets and some improvements to Twitter search. Some of these features have also been added to the latest builds of their official iPhone and Android apps, which are available to download now.
For a long time Twitter’s search functionality was criminally underused. Twitter knew this – heck, everybody knew this – and slowly but surely it has started to make improvements to its search tool to encourage users to be more proactive.
Yesterday, Twitter announced further revisions to search, including greater emphasis on photos and videos, stronger media placement on apps and an explanation as to how and why your top tweets in search are selected.
Twitter went through a major redesign this year, going from “New Twitter” to the current version called “Let’s Fly”.
This change included more than just some a top navigation and layout: it altered the dimensions of your Twitter home page and profile, so your old Twitter background might no longer be the right fit.
We’ve put together this basic guide to creating a killer Twitter background for Let’s Fly, so you can continue to brand yourself effectively and attract more followers in the process.
Have you been to Twitter.com lately? If you have, you’ll have noticed a completely new look awaits you.
Twitter launched a new interface back in December, but just this week unrolled it to all users. Here’s how to navigate the new Twitter.com.
Everyone seems to be fawning over the new “new Twitter”, and its fancy new navigation, layout and the rest. But you’re left out in the cold – you haven’t been switched over yet, and you don’t want to be left out of the loop any longer.
Well, here’s how you can get access to the new Twitter.com just in time for the weekend.
Earlier today Twitter unveiled a huge redesign of the Twitter.com homepage – we’ve covered these changes in detail here, here and here. Essentially, it’s a complete top-to-bottom revamp, and also includes UI reboots of TweetDeck, plus the official iPhone and Android apps.
So far, the switch has had a mixed reaction from users – people are rarely happy with change, especially when it’s so dramatic – and some folks have had trouble finding some familiar features. For example, where are your Direct Messages?
During a press conference at their new San Francisco HQ, Twitter has unveiled a brand new design for Twitter.com (and also the iPhone and Android apps) – Lauren has already covered this in detail here. It’s a HUGE update, at least aesthetically, but also has some new features which are worth checking out.
Twitter has put together this video showing how the new design will look and work – which is great if you don’t yet have access to the Twitter.com revamp.
During a press conference at its new headquarters in San Francisco, Twitter CEO Dick Costolo and co-founder Jack Dorsey today unveiled a brand new Twitter.com.
The website and all apps have undergone a complete redesign: content has been moved, photos and videos will now be embedded, and each tweet is given a fuller context. Check out more details and screenshots below.
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