In line with Twitter’s own design aesthetic, this update delivers a lighter and simpler TweetDeck design. The top bar has been moved to the side, and there are some significant usability improvements around column reordering and easier navigation.
Twitter was true to its word: It didn’t shut down TweetDeck as many feared it would. (Well, at least not the desktop version). But it has continued to improve and enhance the Twitter dashboard since acquiring it in 2011. And now, it’s given the pro tool its most significant interface update in years.
Visually, the change is stunning. Since its early beta versions, TweetDeck has been a dark tool, with a mostly black interface and white knockout text. The new TweetDeck is awash in white, resembling dashboard competitors like Hootsuite and SocialFlow.
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