The developers of Twitter posted the only image of the redesigned TweetDeck interface, explaining that such a design is in a preliminary build, which is now being tested with several “randomly selected” people from the US, Canada, and Australia.
TweetDeck is an application that allows you to view several Twitter feeds simultaneously and manage your own account. Twitter bought TweetDeck in 2011.
We’re testing this preview with a small group of randomly-selected people in the United States, Canada, and Australia to start. If you’re eligible, you’ll see an invitation within TweetDeck to opt in.
– TweetDeck (@TweetDeck) July 20, 2021
In addition to the big visual changes, several functional improvements are being prepared, about which in a separate tweet. Told product manager of social network Keywon Beikpur. Among the innovations mentioned by the top manager are a full-fledged Tweet Composer, advanced search, new types, and ways of grouping columns into workspaces.
The layout of the new TweetDeck interface is very different from the already familiar design (in particular, the columns have changed) and more closely resembles the standard Twitter interface. But user Jay Peters experimented with the new design for a while and tweaked the look of the new TweetDeck, making it more similar to the current version.
Shortly after the initial negative reviews, Twitter posted a series of tweets reassuring users that their favorite TweetDeck features weren’t going away. IN FAQ, the administration explained that those invited to the test would transfer their current settings to the new TweetDeck.
Early in the year, Bloomberg told Twitter plans to introduce paid features (to reduce dependence on ad revenues), and among other options considered was a subscription to TweetDeck, so perhaps the developers have high hopes for this iPad.
Developer Jane Manchun Wong has posted a guide that allows anyone to access the new TweetDeck.
// If you want to opt-out of the new TweetDeck Preview:
document.cookie = “tweetdeck_version =”
– Jane Manchun Wong (@wongmjane) July 20, 2021
To do this, you need to open the website application in the browser, go to “Developer Tools” (for Google Chrome users), open the console tab, copy and paste the following line into the console: document.cookie = “tweetdeck_version = beta”, then press Enter and reload the page.