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Twitter’s faster, redesigned site starts rolling out to everyone

It's easier to browse and has more customization features.
Edgar Alvarez, @abcdedgar
July 15, 2019
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It took quite some time, but the new Twitter.com is finally here. Months after teasing parts of it, Twitter has announced that it is now rolling out its redesigned site globally, which will bring people a web experience that's faster, easier to browse and more customizable. In addition to making conversations simple to follow, Twitter says the goal with this updated look and feel is for it to be more consistent with what you use on mobile devices. That's why the overhaul will make features like Explore, Bookmarks, Lists, Direct Messages and your Profile easier to access, removing the friction of having to switch between tabs, windows or screens to begin a new task or look at Top Trends.

Twitter also knows there are people who have multiple accounts, so it's made changes to let you switch between directly from the side navigation -- now you don't have to keeping logging in and out of them. And if all you care about is getting more night modes on Twitter.com, the company is adding its Dim and true dark mode Lights Out themes, along with other color options for you to make your profile feel more personal. If you don't have the redesign yet on your Twitter, fret not, it's only a matter of time before you can start playing with it.

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