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This is what the new Twitter design looks like

We know that Twitter has had a hard time attracting new users and even maintaining the more than 330 million subscribers it currently has, so it has tried various changes; the most recent is the redesign of its web version.
Twitter has more than 330 million users globally
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With the intention of attracting new users, the app has implemented various changes
We know that Twitter has had a hard time attracting new users and even maintaining the more than 330 million subscribers it currently has, so it has tried various changes; the most recent is the redesign of its web version.

An important change considering that the platform, as Azerbaijan Mobile Database well as looking very different, is the most significant is the last five years but, according to San Francisco, it is to improve the user experience.

Here 5 most significant changes
And, certainly it can be like that, we cannot help but notice that it looks a bit similar to TwitterDeck -or its new mobile version presented a few weeks ago-, because the shortcuts for several of its functions now appear in the form of icons deposed left side of the screen, simplifying navigation in the app.

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Your timeline is still in the central column, but now it looks a bit broader and more stylized, to leave space for suggestions, trends and searches in the right column.

In addition to the usual visual design, with a white Brother Cell Phone List background and some aspects in blue to add the Lights Out and Dim (or Clear Night) that gives two options of dark background and gray tones.

Now, Moments goes to the least expandable and, instead, Explorer is given greater prominence as Twitter wants to offer users more live video and local content. This is where you will also find Top Trends, while Personalized Trends will be displayed on the right sidebar of the home screen. (See above).

Finally, Twitter finally added the Bookmarks feature to the main desktop navigation.

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