Twitter tests new edge-to-edge timeline design on iOS devices

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Twitter tests a new edge-to-edge format for video, GIF in the user timeline of iOS devices

The popular microblogging giant Twitter has recently added a variety of features to its platform to improve the user experience. In addition to the list of existing test features, the company today announced a new edge-to-edge timeline design for videos, GIFs, and photos on Twitter for iOS.

The company announced the feature in an official tweet and a short video. As part of the test Twitter for iOS displays videos, GIFs, and images in end-to-end format Instead of leaving whitespace around them. Twitter, email The VergeWrites that it is testing features that improve conversations on both visual and text-based platforms.

In this way, shared media gets more display space and users get more immersive views of videos, GIFs, and images attached to tweets. You can check the official Twitter tweets just below.

As you can see in the video, the media files attached to the tweets are displayed in a larger format on the timeline. It’s similar to what Facebook and Instagram provide for videos, images, and GIFs on your timeline, providing end-to-end views.

Now, when this timeline redesign becomes available, Twitter says it’s currently testing on iOS devices. So it’s too early to reach out to everyone in the future. Therefore, stay tuned for updates on future developments of this redesign.