Twitter began the rollout last Tuesday of a new look profile pages features— and it appears quite similar to Facebook’s lite version users. The advanced look, which Twitter was tested in February, adds a ton more user information and several new features, one being highlighted each user’s best tweet. Nonetheless, it just applies to the desktop adaptation of Twitter, not the mobile version used by Smartphones and Tablets being the foremost way that individuals utilize the service.
The new profile features a larger user photo and customizable header image. Above all, the header picture is more even and shallow. Twitter proposes a size of 1,500 pixels by 500 pixels up from 1252 x 626 in past configuration, yet the picture will be automatically resized to fit. Twitter highlights your tweets that have the most engagement by showing them somewhat bigger than the rest. Case in point, when a tweet gets huge amounts of retweets and answers, the font of the tweet will expand fundamentally.
The new setup lets you pin a tweet at the top of tweet section. It’s sort of like favoriting your own tweet and putting it on display.The thought behind the pinned tweet is to allow increased interactivity between an account holder and his or her followers. Here’s how a pinned tweets look, John Legend thanking Billboard Music Awards on his nomination.
Furthermore, you can now choose which timeline to view when checking out a profile page. You can view original tweets, tweets plus replies to others, and tweets with photos or videos. Twitter bio max out at 160 characters versus the traditional 140 while you still need to communicate in 140 characters or less through your tweets.
The new profile configuration is as of now live for a handful of Vip’s and celebrities, including The First Lady- Michelle Obama, Channing Tatum, Weezer, John Legend, and it will likewise appear for new tweeples. The rest of you will be offered a chance to switch over to the new design in the coming weeks.