Threads’ TweetDeck-style redesign is rolling out to everyone – The Verge

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Threads is widely rolling out a desktop site redesign that lets you customize your homepage with a series of feeds, similar to TweetDeck. In a post on Threads, Instagram head Adam Mosseri announced that it’s coming to all users globally starting today.

With the new layout, you can choose which feeds you want to see by selecting the pin icon in the bottom-left corner of the site. From there, you can display your Following feed, For You feed, saved posts, recent notifications, and more. You can scroll horizontally on your screen to see all of the feeds you’ve pinned. Or if you’re more of a minimalist, you can still display one single feed.

Meta started testing the new look earlier this month and says you can turn on autoupdates to make it refresh the feeds in real time. I’m already seeing the redesign live on Threads, and it seems like a much more convenient way to keep track of posts from both my Following and For You feeds instead of switching back and forth between the two.

It’s also nice that you can access the layout for free, unlike the former TweetDeck turned X Pro, which is now tied to a paid subscription.

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