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Twitter's redesigned website.
The Twitter website you once knew will soon be a thing of the past. The tech company said Monday that it redesigned its website to make the social network easier for users to navigate.
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The new desktop look starts rolling out globally today. Twitter tested different layouts for the site this year and settled on this one after receiving thousands of responses from users.
This is how Twitter's website looked before the redesign.
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The updated website includes more white space and less grey. Your tweets are still displayed in the middle of the page. On the old website, tabs for Home, Moments, Notifications and Direct Messages were at the top. Now shortcuts are on the left side and include tabs for bookmarks, lists, and your profile. The site's Explore tab, which features curated tweets and hashtags, will include more live video and personalized local content for users, according to the company.
Trending hashtags are now on the right side instead of the left. Twitter also tweaked direct messages so users can see conversation threads from other users and send messages from the same page instead...
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