The new design of Twitter will be introduced to its users, and you will no longer be tied to the chains of the blue-and-white corporate color scheme. After new version for desktop computers.the social networking platform finally gave us more options to display the
In the new Twitter look, you can change the background color as well as the font size and colors. Twitter has informed us that the option of the new color layouts for mobile devices is being reviewed.
Along with these new color options, there is a new layout that better suits the Twitter mobile app. For example, on the left side, you'll see a sidebar with the Home, Notifications, Messages, Profiles, and other buttons.
To access the new features, you'll need to switch from your old Twitter to the new Twitter. Remember that Twitter still provides the new features. So keep checking back if you do not see them right away.
How to get the new Twitter look:
. 1 First, switch to the new layout by clicking on your settings and selecting . Try the new Twitter .
2. Your entire Twitter layout changes and your settings menu is moved to the left. Click on the three dots labeled More .
3. Click Show .
A box with customizable options appears. Here is what they do: 16 / c5486bd1-d21d-405b-a068-74e3d20f168d / twitter-layout.jpg “/>
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Font Size: You now have four font size options, from small to large. This applies to the entire text on your Twitter page: Settings, Tweets, Trends. Choose the option that best suits your viewing needs by tapping the circles that correspond to the font size options.
Color: Finally new color options! You can choose to stay blue on Twitter or yellow, pink, purple, orange or green instead. The color of the buttons "Left", "Home", "Tweet" and "Follow" will be changed.
Background: There are now three background options to choose from. There is standard, that is the original white background, dim which colors your screen gray, and lights-out which makes your background completely black (aka).
What do you think about the new Twitter layout? Tell us your favorite color combinations in the comments below.