Following TweetDeck founder Iain Dodsworth’s departure from Twitter, the social giant has given TweetDeck a web-based refresh.
The writing was definitely in the Twitter Cards, as Twitter’s shuttering of TweetDeck’s mobile apps indicated its interest in focusing on the TweetDeck web experience.
Read on for a run-through of the new TweetDeck features and aesthetic.
The TweetDeck update brings its design in line with Twitter’s light and simple UI:
The revamp also brings significant usability improvements to TweetDeck, including column reordering and navigation around the app.
As always, you can modify your TweetDeck setup to suit your needs, adding more Twitter accounts and more columns as required. The difference is that doing so is smoother and looks more fresh.
What do you think of the new TweetDeck? Speak out in the comments or tweet us @alltwtr!
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