Twitter has started rolling out a grid view feature for user photo and video galleries on Twitter.com, and users can click the “View all photos and videos” on Profile pages to to view the media content of that user which will display in a grid.
You know, like before. This isn’t really a new feature from Twitter – the grid view-style gallery was an option on Twitter.com that premiered in August of 2011 before being quietly phased out towards the end of last summer, with no official announcement – or explanation – ever made.
The return of the grid was announced officially by @Twitter.
The photo grid view is gradually rolling out on twitter.com. Simply click “View all photos and videos” from a profile page.
— Twitter (@twitter) March 12, 2013
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