Twitter redesigns it’s web interface with added features


Twitter has redesigned it’s desktop interface with added features like emoji button, quick keyboard shortcuts, upgraded trends, advanced search and more.

The updated desktop version is available to a handful of users who got an opt-in to try it now. Twitter states, broad roll-outs would be available soon.

The changes made, make the desktop’s experience more user-friendly. The emoji button and the quick keyboard shortcuts make tweeting and replying easier.

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Trends now show on the right side of the page and a few more changes make it easier to see people engaged in a conversation.

A beta user mentioned that analytics are no longer shown on the sidebar and there are a few bugs while adding GIFs.

Twitter may make a few changes to the redesigned version before broadly rolling it out. It may base it on the feedback gotten from the beta users.

Twitter recently also revived reverse-chronological feed on iOS and Android.