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Twitters got a Facelift

Submitted by on 31 May, 2018 – 4:32 am

Dear Person Who Continually Tweets About What she or he Is Eating For Breakfast,. Now go drown your sorrows in a bottle of delicious maple syrup that you’re about to pour on that giant heap of blueberry pancakes. “Helping folk access Twitter in more applicable and helpful techniques on first introduction lowers the barrier to accessing the worth Twitter has to supply and presents the service more constantly with how it has evolved,” founder Biz Stone wrote on the company blog.

“Twitter commenced as a rudimentary social tool based totally on the theory of standing messages but along with those that use it each day, the service has taught us what it wants to be.”. So what’s new? Well, the interface is cleaned up and is a touch more aesthetically pleasing, with Twitter’s bird mascot now fluttering around a Twitter emblem a bit set up to be a sunburst rising from some fluffy clouds.

There’s an enormous Twitter Search button to “see what folk are asserting about” a given subject, putting the service’s utility front and center. Then there’s a roster of trending subjects by the hour, day, and week. Now think about whether “the conversation” really wants to hear about that pint of Ben & Jerry’s you’re about to dig into.

“We’re avid to determine if inspiring a feeling of wonder and discovery leads to a better first impression of Twitter,” Stone concluded in his blog post. So let me get this straight : Twitter has developed into a 140-character enchanting poser tour with a pretty cartoon bird to steer the way.

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