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Twitter tests a TweetDeck revamp it hopes to make a subscription product


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SOURCE: https://techcrunch.com/2021/07/20/twitter-tests-a-tweetdeck-revamp-it-hopes-to-make-a-subscription-product/
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According to a post from Twitter Product Lead Kayvon Beykpour, the revamped version of the Twitter client will include a full tweet composer, new advanced search features, new column types and a new way to group columns into clean workspaces.We’re testing new features in TweetDeck for a small group in the U.S., Canada and Australia. For example, here's mine: pic.twitter.com/i9bT1Mkfr8 https://t.co/16dHgdVXAQ— Eric Zuckerman (@EricZuck) July 20, 2021Twitter’s post also promoted the updated TweetDeck as something that would “incorporate more of what you see on Twitter.com,” which further confused and concerned many TweetDeck users who replied by pointing out that they use TweetDeck because it doesn’t look or operate like Twitter’s web app and is free of the many extra features Twitter introduces.A Twitter engineer, Angelo Tomasco, clarified that the changes aren’t only about making TweetDeck “look more like Twitter” — they’re about a shared infrastructure that will bring health and safety updates to TweetDeck and allow Twitter developers to spend less time playing catch-up with Twitter so they can instead build out new features and address user feedback.It's not only about making it "look more like Twitter".

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