That’s judging from the reaction to its recent user interface-lift.
On Thursday, the platform revealed its new look was revealed, which took users by surprise. Here’s how the company rolled out the changes:
So fresh. So clean. So live.
— Twitter (@Twitter) June 15, 2017
Twitter made several updates to the new interface, which include:
– A new look, with changes to the typeface and icons
– A relocated and remodeled “Explore section (where the Notifications tab used to be)
– Settings were moved to a left-hand nav bar in the iOS mobile version (that change hit Android phones last summer)
– Reply icon is now a conversation bubble instead of a standard reply arrow