If you think that the current design of Twitter is a bit too confusing and messy, then you might be interested to learn that Twitter has announced that they have begun rolling out a redesigned website. However this seems to be a test of sorts because Twitter states that not all users will be able to opt-in for this design, meaning that Twitter could still be looking for user feedback to determine when they should begin a wider roll out.

This is actually not the first time that Twitter had teased a redesign, but this announcement seems to suggest that the company is getting closer to rolling out for its users. The new design will make the website easier to navigate, where users will be able to use keyboard shortcuts to find their way around the website and certain tasks, versus clicking which can be a bit slower.

Other changes also include a dedicated emoji button, and there will also be an upgraded trend section. That being said, this seems to be a bit limited at the moment in terms of availability. If you do see the option to enable it for yourself, then you are one of the lucky few who are getting to test it out. If you don’t see it, not to worry as we’re sure that Twitter will eventually get around to making it available for everyone. In the meantime you can check out the video below to get an idea of what some of the changes you can expect.

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