Twitter is testing a new timeline layout that stretches photos to the full width of the screen. Thanks to this, the interface design of the microblogging service will resemble more Instagram.
A screenshot of the new interface was shared on Twitter by social networking researcher Jane Manchun Wong, who periodically posts information about the upcoming changes to Twitter. Judging by the image, now there will be no fields on the sides of the photo that “eat up” the useful area of the screen.
As a reminder, Twitter announced this week that it would be phasing out the Fleets feature, which is reminiscent of Instagram stories, in August. It was launched late last year. In addition, the company’s chief product officer conducted a survey to see if Twitter Blue would subscribe to Twitter Blue if it allows tweets to be edited within minutes of posting.