After a decade, Twitter is upgrading their TweetDeck, where it brings a complete visual overhaul. TweetDeck is currently under development and expected to release quite imminent. Meanwhile, selected TweetDeck users in Australia, Canada and the US.

If you wonder how you can use and what’s new coming with the new TweetDeck, then this article will go through. So without further ado, let’s check it out.

What’s New in TweetDeck

The upcoming version apart from the visual overhaul it has some new and improved functionality such as create the thread, create a column with Event, Moment, bookmarks, Topics and more. Additionally, some enhanced feature which includes Colum Group, and providing new minimalistic workspace.

  • Make a Column of Lists, Scheduled Tweets, Topics and More.
  • data-preserver-spaces="true">Stay organised with Deck (Clear Workspace)
  • Use dot-menu to move the column
  • Customized Columns (Delete and Order Tweets by top or latest)

How to Opt for TweetDeck Preview on Browser (Chrome, Opera, Edge, Etc)

Thanks to well-known reverse software engineer Jane Manchun Wong shares a quick guide to using TweetDeck Preview.

If you don’t have an idea of how you can use it then here is the quick guide, check it out.

  • Open https://tweetdeck.twitter.com on your browser
  • Press Ctrl + Shift + I (Windows) or Ctrl + Maj + I (Mac)
  • Then it will open inspect Elements
  • On the top navigation bar, go to Console
  • Then Paste ‘document.cookie = ‘tweetdeck_version=beta’ it on Free Space of Console panel
  • Enter and Refresh your Browser
  • That’s it!

Now, you can enjoy the latest Tweetdeck on your browser. Complete your setup and start using TweetDeck on your account.

How to Leave TweetDeck Preview

  • Open TweetDeck
  • Click on Leave TweetDeck Preview to appear in the bottom-left corner of the screen.
  • That’s it!

Alternatively, you can use

  • Open tweetdeck.twitter.com on your browser
  • Press Ctrl + Shift + I (Windows) or Ctrl + Maj + I (Mac)
  • Then open Inspect Elements
  • On the top navigation bar, go to Console
  • Then Paste ‘document.cookie = ‘tweetdeck_version=’ it on Free Space of Console panel
  • Enter and Refresh your Browser
  • That’s it!

Hopefully, this guide remains helpful for you and you have successfully opted for the TweetDeck Preview on your browser. Thanks for being with us we would like to know your valuable opinion and feedback if there is any query shared with us in the comment section down below. Stay tuned for further updates in the future on the same.