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Today they announced the launch of a completely new Twitter redesign with a new interface and many new features. The first change is a two-pane view which shows your timeline on one side and additional content on the other. This second pane can change based on what you are doing, for example it might show a “mini-profile” of the person who created the tweet you are reading. It might also show a map of the location associated with the particular tweet.
They have also announced Twitter embedding of photos and videos from sixteen different content providers. So when someone posts a link to YouTube or TwitPic it will show the associated video or photo on the same page as the tweet. This is a fantastic addition that many mobile Twitter clients have had for a very long time. This is a feature that is helped by the new Twitter redesign, by using the two pane experience to bring content right onto the page rather than separating from the site. Another great thing they got rid of is the “more” button to load more tweets, there is now an endless timeline so you can just keep scrolling to read more.
The new Twitter redesign is scheduled to rollout to select users right away. They have not announced a firm date on when everyone will get access to it. I suppose with all the new features they want to be sure everything goes smoothly while they transition to make sure everything is stable. We should hear a lot more about everything as time goes on and more people can access the new site. It is to be hoped that it won’t take long for everyone to start playing with it. Undoubtably there will be some people upset with the new changes. Anytime you change something there is people who will want the old site back. I think what they are doing sounds positive so far. The new Twitter redesign should breathe some life back into the site at least.