The new Twitter.com brings with it several new personalisation options for users. Here’s everything you need to know.
Welcome to the new twitter.com, the redesigned desktop version of Twitter. As part of the big redesign, Twitter now lets you further customise and personalise your experience to suit your personal needs or aesthetic. You can change the font size, accent colours, and choose between two dark mode palettes.
Whether you just want to reduce the strain on your eyes, or simply make readability easier, you can now change the text size on twitter.com. Making this adjustment also scales the UI, and changes the density of the information on your screen. A new way to see more Tweets – on the same screen.
If you want to change your colour preferences, you can do so as well. Some people find certain colours to be more legible, some just might dislike a specific colour. One of twitter.com’s new display controls is the ability to truly “make your Twitter experience your own” by changing your account’s accent colours.
If you are a fan of Tweeting in the dark, twitter.com now lets you switch between two different dark modes: “Dim” and “lights out,” And guess what: Both dark modes can be combined with a specific accent colour selection AND a customized font size!
Raise your hand if you love dark mode. With the new https://t.co/fuPJa3nVky, it's easy to personalize your display settings. Choose between default, dim, or lights out in just few clicks. pic.twitter.com/zDQFIkGfqk
— Twitter Support (@TwitterSupport) July 26, 2019
To customize your experience on twitter.com, simply click on the More menu in the navigation and select “Display.” Alternatively, navigate to Settings > Display.
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