After running a limited, opt-in test programme in January, Twitter appears to be testing the redesigned look for its desktop version out in the open.
As Cnet reports, the revamped version does not appear the same to everyone. Some will be able to see two columns instead of three, with a larger timeline on the left and the trending topics, who to follow, in the right.
The other layout shows a third, static column that shows notifications and messages. Other new features include an option to change text size, dark mode, and an option to choose the latest tweets first.