Twitter plans to launch a series of updates to the Twitter deck this week, including new and familiar features that users have requested.

TweetDack is a first-party tool that allows Twitter users to manage multiple dashboards simultaneously.

So you can reply to the DM, scroll through your timeline, and monitor a hashtag on the same screen, for example.

Anyone with a Twitter account can use TweetDeck for free in their web browser, or by downloading a desktop or mobile application.

Although Twitter owns and maintains TweetDeck, its first priority is always

When new features are added to the main version of Twitter, they are not brought to TweetDeck for a while, if at all.


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As Twitter plays catch-up to satisfy its loyal TweetDeck users, here’s an overview of all the updates along the way.

Tweet Deck Updates – October 2021.

1. Manage multiple accounts.

Users can now add another account to the Tweet Deck and switch between them easily.

Follow these steps in the tweet deck:

  • Click on your profile icon.
  • Select “Add an existing account”
  • Toggle between them by clicking on your profile icon and then clicking on the profile icon of your added accounts.

2. Real-time timelines

The timelines in TweetDeck will be set in reverse clonal order by default.


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New columns will show the latest tweets first and refresh automatically, so you’ll never miss a trending moment.

3. Clear the column.

Users will have the option to completely clear their columns and start anew with the latest tweets.

4. Scroll up.

It’s easy to jump to the top of the column in the Tweet Deck with the new “Scroll to Top” and “View New Tweets” hints.

5. Cancel the delete.

If you accidentally delete a column in TweetDeck, you will have a set timeframe to cancel the action.

6. Updates in the DM column.

The DM column is improving with the ability to view, manage and send live messages in the Tweet Deck preview in one or more columns.

In addition, there is now the option to create a deck to handle all DMs and group chats in one place.

7. Improved mouse compatibility

For those who don’t use trackpads, TweetDack is improving the functionality of its mouse and scroll bar to make on-screen navigation smoother.

Future subscription model?

With the rollout of these fast updates, can Twitter prepare TweetDeck for migration to a paid device?

Earlier this year, news broke that Twitter was considering a subscription model for Twitter Deck, although it had been several months since we heard about it.

Twitter has little experience in the field of paid tools, and adding a fee to the Twitter deck could drastically reduce its user base.


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The company launched its first premium offering in June with Twitter Blue, which gives access to special features like ‘InnoTweet’ and bookmark folders.

Last month, Twitter launched another paid offer called SuperFollow, which allows users to subscribe to content creators for special extras.

If SuperFollow is anything to go by, Twitter users are reluctant to spend money on the platform, as it generated only $ 6,000 in the first two weeks.

Only time will tell if Twitter will subscribe to TweetDeck. At least new features are still being added while the tool is free.


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