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Perhaps a sign of the Twitter IPO’s subtle effects on the company’s future direction, Twitter has updated its Twitter.com homepage, tweaking the visual design and welcome text that people see when first encountering the service, reports AllThingsD.
The new landing page is more practical rather than aesthetically driven. Take a look at the changes, below.
Twitter’s engineering team has been hard at work behind the scenes these past few months, making Twitter.com faster and more streamlined.
Twitter scheduling platform Buffer has just unveiled their newest update, which allows users to schedule tweets and retweets from Twitter.com.
With the new Buffer extension, users will be able to schedule their tweets and those they want to retweet for set times in the future, so they aren’t bombarding their followers with 10 messages in a row (which, trust me, can get really annoying, really fast).
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.
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.
If you’re still sending out your tweets from Twitter.com, you’re missing out on a lot of great functionality. Twitter dashboards enable you to get the most out of Twitter, and really enhance the experience you’re currently getting from Twitter.com.
Using a dashboard is great for businesses looking to really make their Twitter mark, but it’s also a good idea for individuals who just want to listen to interesting tweets and retweet occasionally. Here are four ways Twitter dashboards trump Twitter.com.
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