witter is working to improve TweetDeck and has launched a preview version for selected users of the redesigned application. The social media application shares a single image of the upcoming redesign on its platform, allowing users to preview how it will look after its release. A reverse engineering expert also shared how users can view it by choosing to participate in the Beta test. Twitter also mentioned that eligible users will be notified on TweetDeck to choose a new redesign.

Twitter demonstrated the upcoming redesign of TweetDeck through a post on its platform and mentioned that the redesign of its tweet management tool can be used by randomly selected users in Australia, Canada, and the United States. The tweet mentioned, “Starting today, we will launch a preview of the new and improved version of TweetDeck to a limited number of accounts. The enhanced features include more of what you see on (Twitter).”

TweetDeck, in a series tweets, Also mentioned that TweetDeck will get advanced search features to help users better find what they are looking for. It also says, “The improved tweet editor allows you to create topics and add (and tag!) photos, videos, GIFs, polls, or emojis to your tweets, including scheduled tweets.” In addition to Decks. In addition, users can also access new column types, such as Profile, Topics, Explore, Events, Moments, and Bookmarks-this helps users organize columns into groups.For more details on this, Twitter has create The FAQ page on its support website.

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On July 20th, Kayvon Beykpour, Product Manager, also Tweet About what new features will be instilled in the redesigned TweetDeck. He mentioned that it will include “a complete Tweet Composer, new advanced search features, new column types, and a new way to group columns into clean workspaces.” One of his tweets also mentioned how TweetDeck explores Provide users with more ways to customize and control options. Twitter is still exploring the possibility of “TweetDeck in Twitter’s subscription products.”

Jane Manchun Wong, Reverse Engineering Expert Tweet A short tutorial on how users try to join and exit the new TweetDeck preview.

As early as March, Beykpour admitted for the first time that TweetDeck had undergone a “big revamp”. Beykpour added that the redesign will allow users to arrange lists and feeds into easy-to-read rows. TweetDeck also allows users to manage and access multiple timelines in the column, and even schedule tweets. The upcoming redesign is also a major update that the platform has received in the past 10 years.

Twitter has not yet made any official announcements on when the new design will be available to all users.