Calling all power users! Meta is testing a new feature for Threads on web that will make managing your social life a breeze. Inspired by the popular TweetDeck interface, this update allows you to create multiple columns for different topics, accounts, and interests.

Imagine having a dedicated column for your workout inspiration alongside another for keeping tabs on your favorite creators and another for catching up on mentions. With real-time updates, you’ll never miss a beat!

This is a significant shift for Threads, which has traditionally focused on a single, curated feed. The new layout caters to users who crave more control and organization over their social media experience.

Here’s what we know so far:

  • Multiple Columns: Customize your view with columns for searches, hashtags, accounts, saved posts, and notifications.
  • Real-time Updates: Stay on top of trending topics and conversations as they unfold.
  • Potential for More: While not confirmed yet, this test could pave the way for additional features like multi-account support, a feature many miss from the original TweetDeck.

This move positions Threads as a potential competitor to the paid version of TweetDeck (now X Pro). With its free, multi-column interface, Threads could attract users looking for a more organized social media experience without the price tag.


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