Twitter introduces new accessibility feature

Twitter on web app is rolling out a new accessibility feature – aimed to help those with weak eyesight.

The accessibility mode will add a new high contrast toggle in its setting. When a user turns it on, buttons and other UI elements will be displayed in high contrast colors.

Check it out by clicking on Settings > Accessibility > Vision > Increase color contrast. You can also turn it off by unchecking the same option.

Twitter is constantly working on improvements for its web app. Just recently; the microblogging website tested a feature that would allow users to schedule their tweets in advance. A conversation tree, similar to Reddit is also in the pipeline for Twitter users, where they can easily filter conversations and events according to their preferred topic.

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