One quibble that Twitter users had with the micro-blogging site's PWA (Progressive Web App) version before was the extra space containing no useful menu or tab. The social networking giant has now addressed that particular concern by rolling out a new design to its PWA for Windows 10, which introduces some nifty changes to the app.
One noteworthy overhaul comes to Twitter's main navigation menu. The home, explore, notifications, and direct messages tabs - previously located at the top portion - now all sit on the left side-bar of the app along with the button for directly composing a tweet.
The "Who to follow" and "Trending now" sections remain on the right side, and found on top of them are the photos and other media content you've recently uploaded to Twitter. The top selector area and the "this is a web page" message from the previous version have also been removed.
The redesign is the latest change that Twitter released since updating its app for Windows 10 to PWA in March 2018. Other major enhancements added to the app last year were the night mode support and the ability to pin profiles to the Start menu.
Since this is an update to Twitter's PWA, the changes will be rolled out directly from Twitter's website rather than as an update from the Microsoft Store. However, the new design doesn't seem to be available to everyone just yet.
Source: Windows Central