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February 12, 2014

Twitter is testing a new profile layout

Twitter just recently changed the look and feel of their website to match their mobile apps. Now, Twitter is again planning to change it, making it look like a Google+ or a Facebook page.

From the image above, the new layout fills up the whole page rather than a vertical-only layout that we currently have. The profile picture is then situated on top-left corner of the profile with the whole header photo, much like Facebook. There is also tabs that categorizes your tweets, photos & videos, who you are following, your followers, favorite tweets and lists.

Your tweets will then be placed in a card-like layout, which is like Google+. It seems to fill up space depending on its size, whether if it is has photos or just plain text.

According to Mashable, Twitter declined to comment regarding the new-layout.

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4 Responses to “Twitter is testing a new profile layout”

  1. eric jay says:

    similarities with facebook.hehe

  2. drakensang says:

    Friendster is better!

  3. Eva says:

    No. Just no! The best Twitter version was the first one. It was simple, easier to use. Twitter just keeps getting worse and worse.

  4. Paul says:

    It seems that Twitter is preparing to open their door to Advertisers. Well, it’s about time Twitter makes money.

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