Twitter for iPad, after supplanting single timeline format with a multi-column see that works in both landscape just as portrait mode, has now presented another update in which a client can disable the multi-column see. With the most recent update, users would now be able to hide the right-hand section out and out so their consideration is fixated on the content of their timeline, MacRumors, detailed Thursday.
According to the report, the option to utilize the new design can be enacted in the Twitter application by going to Settings and privacy then flipping the Show search column option under the Display and sound options.
With this, one can use Twitter on iPad back to a similar interface as on the iPhone, with a single course of events with two major unused spaces on either side of it. Furthermore, to make the following discussion threads simple Twitter revealed another reply format for iOS gadgets. It will before long be turned out for Android gadgets.
Twitter threads can some of the time be somewhat befuddling to follow, particularly if your account is open and anyone can answer. The social community has started revealing a component that could help make them simpler to parse, and will likewise guarantee that you don’t miss your friends’ responses.
The new component update draws a solid line between a parent tweet and the replies, with the replies indented marginally and associated with the arrangement of vertical and horizontal lines.