Twitter has made a new website design and there is no opt-out. Twitter is rolling out a new desktop design today that adds more customization options and a completely rearranged navigation experience.
The redesign has been open to testers for the past few months, but it will be available to everyone over the next few days. Unlike previous redesigns, however, opting in to the new experience will be mandatory, and there will be no legacy Twitter to fall back to, reports (Mashable)
Twitter has adopted some new features from its mobile apps in order to improve the desktop experience. Like the sparkle tab on the home bar that enables you to switch to view the latest or chronological order based tweets instead of top tweets.
Also, the side navigation bar makes it more hassle-free for users with multiple accounts to switch their profiles quickly without even having the necessity to log in or log out.
Well, the changes are inevitable and cannot be opted-out. However, all the major giants are revamping their platform in coming time we may see bigger changes.