tech2 News Staff
14. Jan 2019 13:12 PM IS
While there are some loyal users, earned Twitter Burning Despite Facebook Instagram or Snapchat , For many other users, Twitter is still fighting for meaning. To attract these users, the microblogging site is now testing some "big changes" in a beta app.
This beta app is scheduled to launch sometime (via Engadget report ) this week. The app is only available to a select number of users who have access to the new features. The beta app will be a stand-alone app that is different from the regular Twitter app we all use. It will be a medium through which all testers can discuss the new features. Twitter says that only "a few thousand users" will be part of this program and that not everyone who signs up for the beta will be able to join.
According to a report by TechCrunch, Twitter will use its own theme to give users the voice by picking up the testers' conversations to turn these beta features into a full-fledged product
Popular reverse engineer Jane Manchun Wong tweeted that he was part of this beta program and shared a picture of what the new interface would look like. Of course, the dark mode is still part of the new app!
Twitter is testing this new interface internally.
This is the future, and I am here
"Try the new design (internal only))
We have been looking for ways to space the space on large screens Their valuable feedback will help us to create an experience that our customers will love. " pic.twitter.com/wf74Vv2Wfh  – Jane Manchun Wong (@wongmjane) 13. January 2019
A report of The Verge also reveals that the first version of Beta will test features like color coding depending on which you respond to, status updates, icebreakers Availability Status, Chat Bubbles, etc.
In addition, Twitter also reportedly plans to allow users to attach [ tags to tweets . Similar to Facebook, you can add tags like "Watching Netflix" to your tweets to provide perspective for your tweet when needed.
At CES 2019 Sara Haider, Product Director of Twitter Management said, "We're making some pretty big changes to the way conversations on Twitter look and feel, and we do not want that What if you do not like it or it does not work for you? "
However, when asked about the long-awaited editable feature for tweets, Haider said there is still no solid word for it.
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