You cannot teach an old dog new tricks, but if you were to take an old program into consideration, things could be very much different. We all know that no companies will be able to progress in the right direction forward if they were to remain stagnant at where they are, so it is not surprising to hear that the folks over at Twitter are far from finished when it comes to polishing what TweetDeck’s interface can offer for the masses, by offering web and desktop overhauls recently. This time around, we have heard that Twitter has just updated the Chrome and web versions of TweetDeck, where grab handles will allow users to drag and drop columns according to their fancy.
Not only that, life is made easier as one can jump back to the top of a column whenever you come across unread tweets, while there is also a selected column which will snap to the sidebar should there arise a situation where there are fewer than three total columns on the display. Right now, the spanking new interface will fall under the Web-only, but we are keeping our fingers crossed that folks who prefer the native Mac and Windows apps would be on the receiving end of some matching upgrades sometime down the road.
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- 2012-03-30: TweetDeck taken offline due to bug that opens access to the accounts of others
- 2012-03-23: TweetDeck updated
- 2011-05-24: Twitter purchases TweetDeck
- 2011-05-03: Twitter to purchase TweetDeck for $50 million
- 2011-04-26: TweetDeck receives a major overhaul