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Twitter is rolling out a revamped version of its website to a lucky few across the globe.
Appropriately, the social network announced the revision’s graduation via a tweet.
The rework is primarily visual, with tweets now occupying the left-hand side column. A new right-hand side column houses trends, follow suggestions and more.
A top bar now also hosts a dedicated emoji button within the tweet box, the search bar, and profile drop down menu.
Overall, it looks a whole lot cleaner than the current layout.
The revision is currently opt-in and is only available to a select few, but the company confirms that a host of other features are also incoming.
“We’re excited about this. Here are other improvements you’ll be able to enjoy soon: easily switching between your accounts, faster load times, and cropping your image before you tweet it,” noted Twitter Support in a tweet.
And in case you’re wondering: no, there’s still no edit button.
Feature image: Twitter