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Whenever an online application makes substantial changes to its interface, there’s going to be blowback — and Twitter is no exception. Its recent desktop redesign borrows a few elements from the look of its mobile app (a look that some long-term Twitter users aren’t very fond of, to say the least).
The changes are obvious the moment you look at the new UI. The modest command menu that was previously across the top of the page has now been moved to the left of the feed, with startlingly large lettering. The column showing trends that was on the left of the fed is now on the right, while the small profiles box on the upper left corner that showed your tweets and following counts is nowhere to be seen. To get that data, you now have to go…
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