Twitter PWA update improves multi-account support and DM reactions

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What you need to know

  • Twitter's PWA just got updated across all platforms.
  • The update improves multi-account support and brings several improvements and fixes.
  • The update is available now on Windows 10 and other platforms.

Twitter's progressive web app (PWA) just received an update that improves multi-account support and accessibility. The update also comes with several improvements and fixes to issues. Since Twitter is a PWA, the update rolls out to all platforms that support PWAs, including Windows 10.

Here's the complete changelog for what's new and updated in the latest update:


  • Accessibility: Focus rings on components will now display with the selected primary color.
  • DMs: Reactions that you've sent for DMs will now show as selected in the DM's footer.
  • Multi-Account: Use multiple Twitter accounts? We're rolling out improvements to the UI for managing and accessing all of your accounts!


  • Accessibility: The GIF search gallery now provides accessibility labels for GIFs returned by searching. These labels will be read out by screen readers, providing additional context for search results.
  • Accessibility: Improved accessibility in poll components. Voiceover will now read the selected choice properly. Fixed text color when in high contrast mode.
  • Composer: Inline feedback errors when composing will now provide a "Learn more" link if there's additional information.
  • Keyboard Shortcuts: Improved KB shortcuts for screen accessibility.
  • Timeline: We've made some density and visibility improvements to timeline surfaces.
  • User Profile: When your date of birth is set to be visible to "only you", it will no longer show up when you navigate to your own profile page.

You can check out all of the changes, including all of the update's bug fixes on Twitter's website.

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