Twitter gets new update once again

Micro-blogging site Twitter is no longer going to automatically refresh Timeline on the web with new Tweets. Users will now be able to decide when they want to load a new Tweet. Twitter admitted that earlier tweets always disappeared from mid-read when the user's Timeline was automatically refreshed. Consumers will now be able to load new tweets by clicking on the Tweet counter bar above their Timeline, TechCrunch reports.

In September, the company said it was going to release updates to the web about changes in how to show tweets so that they don't disappear automatically when consumers are reading them. It is worth noting here that even when Twitter's iOS and Android apps are opened, the timeline of the users is not refreshed. The consumer has to tap the Home button in the navigation bar to load a new Tweet.

Twitter won't crop the single image on the web- Twitter has rolled out a full-size image preview feature on mobile earlier this year. Now Twitter has announced that it is not going to give any image the option to auto crop in its web version. Now the consumer is going to see the image in full size without cropping. When you upload an image to the Twitter web, it will look as it was when shooting. Users are now getting the option of a large image preview.

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