Twitter Will Begin The Public Testing Of Its Redesigned Replies Soon

On this year’s CES, Twitter announced to revamp the visual appearance of conversations with an aim to make people understand discussions in a better way. Moving on with their commitment, the company is now accepting applications from users who want to be a part of Twitter’s "conversations prototype testing program".

All of the selected beta testers will get the chance to try out the new color coded replies feature. As per the initial glimpses, Tweets from people you follow will be blue while the one who started the conversation will appear in grey (pretty much a look alike of the Original Tweeter label previously). Responses will be indented, which will easily lead you to many of the important threads related to the main conversation.

Moreover, Twitter will also reshape the text bubbles along with hiding the number of replies or retweets a reply has received. Users will have to click on the selected tweet for more details and sharing options.
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To be precise the experiment doesn’t feel like a complete overhaul. In fact, they are going through the already existing features just to make it look aesthetically pleasing and clear. You won’t be seeing any drastic changes in the nature of conversations on the platform though.

Twitter is looking forward to a more constructive feedback on the recent developments and wants to make the right changes before it rolls out officially.

Twitter Will Begin The Public Testing Of Its Redesigned Replies Soon
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