Twitter Rolling Out New Profile Design
Apr 8, 2014, 7:28 AM by Eric M. Zeman
Twitter today said users will soon have access to a redesigned Twitter experience on the web. Twitter announced the redesign earlier this year, but is just now rolling it out. The redesign highlights Best Tweets, which are those that have seen a lot of activity, and allows users to pin their favorite tweet to the top of their profile. The redesign also includes filtered viewing, which can be used to show all tweets, tweets with photos, tweets with replies, and so on. Only a few users will see the change today, as Twitter said it is rolling out the redesign slowly.
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