Twitter is doing everything it can to change the fortunes of the organization. In the wake of closing down Vine, only a day back, it sold off its developer platform Fabric to Google. What’s more, now there are reports about Twitter trying different things with its looks-it’s Moments platform to begin with. Numerous clients are announcing about timeline like arrangement for Moments rather than the its standard flipbook style.
It would appear that Jack Dorsey has as of now began settling things for Twitter beginning with how the application looks and feels to the clients.
Propelled in 2015, Moments indicates curated stories, so clients can remain fully informed regarding present and progressing events. It was at first propelled to a select number of publishers like BuzzFeed, NASA, Getty Images, Vogue, The New York Times and Entertainment News.
Transforming from its accepted arrangement, Twitter is currently trying a timeline design that is fundamentally the same as Twitter’s own feed. Affirming the news to VentureBeat, a Twitter representative said that the organization is trying another design for Moments Tab with a little number of clients at present and all things considered there is no assurance if the component will be taken off to the rest.
The new plan unquestionably looks cleaner and matches well with the current application — considering that it is truly like Twitter’s own news feed.
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Madhurima Goyal, From ITvoir News Desk