Tweetdeck just got updated with some new features and bug fixes. Twitter, which acquired TweetDeck last year, announced on the Tweetdeck blog that the web version of the popular Twitter client has a new profile panel, and a few other UI adjustments have been made.
“One of the most visible changes is an updated design for the profile panel, which is now cleaner and clearer, making it easier to find out more about the people that matter to you,” writes Richard Barley on the blog.
“We’ve also made sure that usernames and hashtags are clickable no matter where they appear in TweetDeck, including user bios, and we’ve improved the global filter function so it now filters items from your Interactions and Activity columns too,” adds Barley.
Earlier this year, Twitter launched the new TweetDeck, indicating that it would keep the client, which it bought for a reported $40 million, alive. The new version enables uers to create, edit, delete, and otherwise manage lists from the app. It also came with some other tweaks, including more columns.
Earlier this month, Twitter added some “swifter navigation” to the interface:
You should see all changes on web.tweetdeck.com right now.