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Twitter draws on Facebook, mobile applications to display links in the form of cards

If you are a loyal user of Twiiter's mobile app, you will certainly notice that this weibo service has adjusted the way its links on iOS and Android apps are displayed. The URL disappears, replaced by a card-like news display format that closely resembles Facebook's approach.

@Twitter: We just updated the Summary Cards feature! iOS and Android will see more details on the page content in the timeline.

The new format makes the end user experience much simpler. Not only does the URL disappear-click the card to open the link-and this new way of displaying Twitter also lets Twitter show more relevant information before the user opens the link.

The new format does have an impact on your timeline - a larger card means less information can be seen on the screen - but it's undeniable that it looks much nicer and provides more initial information .

In addition to users, advertisers will be pleased to see the change, and large-format card tweets will boost their clicks for Promote Tweets. Twitter recently adjusted the video and GIFs in the timeline to autoplay to increase the vitality of recommended tweets, which is another clever move to engage advertisers in their budgets.

In addition, You can write for us more Make an Inquiry about this news the combination of the latest report by the Pew Research Center (Pew Research Center) in view of the significance of this alignment is even more obvious: The report found that Americans are increasingly using Facebook and Twitter to get the network news.

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