Twitter made several adjustments to its mobile and desktop interfaces on Thursday. It has a new color and contrast scheme. The microblogging site has also received new fonts.
With great hoopla, Twitter debuted its new Chirps function. “Chirp hits the balance between sloppy and sharp to highlight the fun and irreverence of a Tweet, but can also carry the weight of seriousness when needed,” Twitter stated in a statement.
Additionally, Twitter stated, “Is there anything different? We made a few adjustments to how Twitter looks on the web and on your phone today. While it may feel strange at first, these changes make us more approachable, unique, and focused on you and what you’re saying.”
Chirps were introduced in January, but it is only now becoming available.
However, several users were dissatisfied with the new layout.
Here are a few of the greatest responses:
new twitter design feels weird
— Devonxy | Commissions Open! (@Devonxy1) August 12, 2021
IM NOT USED TO NEW TWITTER DESIGN pic.twitter.com/WNOAFkEKSe
— TheONLYTrueMenhera-chan (@thMenheraShoujo) August 11, 2021
new twitter design making the following button look like i unfollowed them
— john (@mexicanwilddog) August 11, 2021
Me: Ooo a new Twitter design update
The new Twitter design update: pic.twitter.com/gzxfeA7VAd
— Tuppence Pennyapple III (@fabulucy) August 12, 2021