Twitter avatars not updating
Relying on a third-party service as core functionality to manage profile images doesn’t make any sense.Let us know what your experience is like configuring an avatar in Word Press.Plus, typography is more consistent, while headlines – like “In Case You Missed It” or “Trending Now” – are bolder to better separate them from the content.More noticeably, Twitter has changed its Reply icon.You’ll now swipe right on the homescreen to reveal the new menu, where you’ll find your profile, additional accounts, and other privacy options.Android users received this change last summer, and, because of their positive response, it’s today making its way to i OS.
Though the Reply icon is gone, the Retweet, Like (heart), and DM icons have also been refreshed, along with the Home, Search, Notifications, and DB tab icons at the bottom of the screen.
Twitter originally was an SMS-based messaging service – hence its 140 character limit, for instance.
Later it became more like being able to have a group chat on the web.
The site I administer is the first I’ve managed in my Word Press career that has open registration.
Interacting with registered users who are often new to Word Press has opened my eyes to how bad of an experience configuring an avatar is.