Twitter updates its Web layout with a third column for content recommendation

Twitter updates its Web layout with a third column for content recommendation

Twitter is rolling out an update that will add a third column for users accessing the service from a Web browser. The new layout moves the “Who to follow” widget from beneath your profile bio and Trends to the rightmost section – putting your tweets front and center.

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The addition of the third, rightmost column keeps the layout in tune with Twitter’s new, full-sized layout that centralizes the tweets with secondary information off to the sides.

Those who have yet to update to the new profile layout may see a third column show up like the screenshot below.

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 [Twitter]

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