According to PCMag.com, the next time you visit Twitter.com, you may see a much more media-centric home page. The company is rolling out a new design that supports embeddable images, video, and maps.
Twitter also tweaked some of the basic Twitter interface options, adding keyboard shortcuts and unlimited newsfeed scroll–no more “More” buttons.
Some of features noticeably absent from the Twitter.com redesign are the ability to schedule tweets and manage multiple accounts. Overall, however, the improvements seem well-thought out and, if anything, a bit incremental.
That said, if the company wanted to give users more reasons to use its main site, mission accomplished.
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