How To Switch to the New Twitter Layout By Following THESE Simple Steps
Here's a few simple steps to switch to the new Twitter layout and personal profile
Twitter has been rolling out its newest update for Desktop users. You must have noticed that Twitter has redesigned its microblogging site for Desktop users, which is quite clear than it used to be. There were millions of users witnessed the same design last month but the remaining users will be able to see the change by the end of today. Twitter’s new layout is being loved by many but it is disliked by several as well.
In Twitter’s new layout, you can edit the photos the same way that we do on Instagram before making them public. Informing its users, the official handle of Twitter stated that the new layout of Twitter is finally out. The new layout is quite similar to its mobile version,
In the teaser, Twitter essentially suggests that its new design includes a dedicated Explore page, there is a bookmark feature on the web app now, among other things. Despite its several new features, there are still people who do not want to use it. If you are one of them, do not worry, we have found a solution to use the old version of Twitter. In this article, we will show you how you can switch back to Twitter’s previous desktop layout if you’d like to stick with the main Twitter website.
If you would love to use Twitter’s new layout, you can manually enable the new layout by just clicking on your Twitter profile icon and then choosing the “Try the new Twitter” option at the bottom of the menu bar. If you did not like the new layout, you can get back to the older version.
How To Switch to the New Twitter Layout
The following are the few simple and easy steps which you need to follow in order to switch to the new Twitter layout.
1. Login to Twitter.com and click on the small “gear” icon showing in the upper right corner
2. Select ‘Settings’ option
3. Select ‘Design’
4. Now, Scroll down and you will see an option “customize your own” Changing the header and background in this area changes your page to the new layout
5. Here’s the final result