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Posts Tagged ‘Old Twitter’

5 Tips And Guides For Getting The Most Out Of #NewTwitter

As we reported this morning, anyone still using the old version of Twitter will be upgraded to #NewTwitter later this week. And that might mean a lot of people who have been staunchly refusing to make the switch manually scrambling to figure out the new layout, features, and tricks of #NewTwitter.

Here are five fantastic resources for getting the most out of #NewTwitter, so you can tweet with confidence from your new
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Old Twitter Is Dead, Long Live #NewTwitter

Back in June Twitter started issuing warnings that users still clinging to the old version of the platform – Old Twitter, if you will – were going to be automatically upgraded to New Twitter ‘very, very soon’.

Well, brace yourselves, as that time has now come – Twitter has announced that everybody will be upgraded to New Twitter this week.

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Time’s Up, Old Twitter Fans – You Will Automatically Be Upgraded To #NewTwitter “Very, Very Soon”

Back in September 2010 when Twitter first announced a drastic redesign of the homepage, many users of the service weren’t happy.

Twitter recognised that everybody wasn’t read to immediately switch over to ‘New Twitter’, and so they provided a temporary way roll back to the old version via the dropdown menu under your username on

Well, those days are number, as a new warning on the old-style tells users that any time now everybody is going to be upgraded to Twitter, and that it’s coming ‘very, very soon’.

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Some Essential Things to Know About the New Twitter

Twitter rolled out “New Twitter” in September, with all 160 million users having access to the redesigned homepage by mid-October. While there was some resistance (as there always is with change), the reaction to New Twitter has generally been positive. And with the Old Twitter becoming obsolete shortly, we thought we’d take a look at some basics you should know about the New Twitter.
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