Twitter Rolls out New Design for Threaded Conversations


From the past few months, Twitter has been redesigning its platform to make it more attractive to the users. In the same move, Twitter has announced today that t is rolling out a new design for threaded conversations on the platform based on testing it has performed in the “twttr” app.

Twitter mentions that this new design will make it easier for users to understand who they are replying to, and the overall flow of the conversation. From the past year, Twitter has been testing the new design in its prototype app called “twttr.” t also tried out a couple of other design iterations for threaded conversations in the prototype app, including one where replies were displayed inside what looked like chat bubbles. However, the company chooses a simple design that is easier to understand for users.

The design that’s currently rolling out on the platform uses branching lines that connect parts of the conversation to each other. In this way, it will give you a natural look at the conversation with making notable differences to whom you are replying to. It also hides extra replies under a ‘Show replies’ button to make the complete conversation cleaner.

Apart from this, the platform is also testing the hiding engagement button that was originally tested in the prototype app “twttr.”

As of now, the social media giant confirmed that it is rolling out the new design to a portion of Twitter users initially on iOS. However, it is expected to come on other platforms too.

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