Twitter has announced that as of today, every user can now access the new Twitter in six different languages. This includes both new and existing members of the popular micro-blogging Website. The new Twitter takes into consideration the constraint of the 140 character restriction and supports more information, deeper context and embedded media underneath each Tweet. Read more about the new Twitter design here.
According to the company’s official blog, most of the reactions from some of the over 160 million Twitter users worldwide, have been positive. For example, keeping the timeline simple while also providing extra information via the details pane. These sort of contribution and comments from users will be closely watched from time to time in other to provide users with a better experience. The photos (above & below) are screenshots of our Twitter profile page, @techsling.
Users who are yet to try the new design can do so by checking for the blue bar at the top of Twitter.com (as shown in photo 1 above), and clicking on the yellow “Try it now!” button to experience the new design. At the moment, users can still switch between the old and new versions of Twitter until the next few weeks when the old version will be dis-continued.
What do you think of Twitter’s new look?