My Hands On Experience of New Twitter

New Twitter Preview

Today whilst Tweeting for a client I was given the option to try out ‘new Twitter’. I wrote an article about the features of new Twitter a couple of weeks ago.

I obviously giggled like a schoolgirl on the inside and said yes to the proposal. What I did notice is that the layout has changed quite a lot. The site seems to be 50% wider than before.

The search function has been moved to the top bar, like Facebook. To logout you click a drop down menu at the top right of the page, like Facebook. You can also now embed videos into the feed, like Facebook. The message inbox is also very similar to Facebook. Twitter now promote who you should follow on your Twitter page, not just the Twitter front page before you log in.

Everything is generally easier to navigate and the extra functionality means you don’t have to click off site for images or video. As soon as the UK receives new Twitter fulltime  I will be using it to promote my short films and film blog very much. The UK has not had a full rollout of the service yet, and some won’t like the changes, but will get used to it.

For some reason Twitter won’t let me use the new version a the moment, but I like it. We will be featuring an updated New Twitter review when it becomes nationwide.

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4 thoughts on “My Hands On Experience of New Twitter

  1. Chris Board

    I tried the new Twitter today too, it’s not that great. Some of the new features make it more user friendly, however I still prefer the old Twitter layout.

  2. deryck breville

    Keep ‘em coming! You all do such a great Blogs … can’t tell you how much I, for one appreciate all that you do!

  3. Ron Yaeger

    I’m surprised anyone thinks a new social media layout is good, normally every blog is full of complaints and trolls whenever sites like Twitter and FB change.


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