According to CEO Elon Musk, new Twitter navigation will be ready in January, allowing users to slide to the side to move between suggested and following tweets, trends, and topics, among other things.
Elon Musk, Twitter’s CEO, announced that users would soon be able to swipe and move between the many Twitter regions, such as tweets, trends, topics, lists, and more. Once deployed, this will be a substantial alteration to Twitter’s user interface (UI), albeit it will not be the first since Elon Musk purchased the company.
Elon Musk has made several changes to Twitter’s corporate structure and user experience after acquiring the company on October 27. The CEO recently published a view count for each tweet in an effort to highlight how most tweets have much more views than likes.
Musk tweeted that the “New Twitter navigation coming in January that lets swiping to the side to move between suggested & following tweets, trends, subjects, etc.” was the introduction of the new swipe capability.
This new swipe capability will make it much easier for users to navigate between the various aspects of the app, which will likely keep users more interested and maybe prolong their time spent using the app.
According to CEO Elon Musk, the platform would undergo “several big UI enhancements” in January. There might be more fascinating platform updates in the future, such as new text for Views, Likes, Retweets, and Quote Tweets.
Subscribers to Twitter Blue, a premium membership plan, will now get first priority in searches, mentions, and answers above non-subscribers. Previously, the duration limit for Twitter video submissions was 10 minutes, but Blue members may now post 60-minute full-HD videos.