New updates are being added at the bottom of this story…….

Original story (published on June 14, 2023) follows:

Twitter users can rejoice as the social media platform has officially confirmed that a new and improved version of TweetDeck is in the works.

This news comes as a relief to those who were worried about the future of TweetDeck after Twitter discontinued support for third-party apps like Tweetcaster and Tweetbot.

For those unfamiliar, TweetDeck is a powerful social media management tool that allows users to organize and navigate their Twitter feeds with ease.


It offers features like creating customizable columns, scheduling tweets, and monitoring specific keywords or hashtags.

It quickly became a favorite among Twitter users and professionals who needed advanced functionalities beyond what the native Twitter app can provide.

New and improved TweetDeck is coming soon

However, over time, TweetDeck seemed to have been neglected in terms of updates and improvements.

Users were concerned about the lack of attention it received from Twitter, especially after the platform’s decision to ban 3rd-party apps.

With no viable alternatives available, TweetDeck remained the go-to choice for many. Thankfully, Twitter has listened to the concerns of its users.

The company has confirmed that a new version of TweetDeck is on the way. This was known from the new profile bio of the official TweetDeck Twitter account. You can check it out below.


While specifics of the new and improved TweetDeck are yet to be revealed, users can look forward to enhancements that will likely address the app’s user interface, functionality, and overall user experience.

The upcoming release of the new TweetDeck version brings hope to those who heavily rely on the platform for managing their Twitter accounts.

While the exact timeline for the release of the new TweetDeck remains undisclosed, the fact that Twitter has publicly acknowledged its development is a positive sign.

Rest assured, we will make sure to update this article as and when we come across anything concerning the upcoming TweetDeck update.

Update 1 (July 4, 2023)

09:19 am (IST): The new-revamped TweetDeck is now available:

We have just launched a new, improved version of TweetDeck. All users can continue to access their saved searches & workflows via by selecting “Try the new TweetDeck” in the bottom left menu.

The Twitter team also offered additional info, highlighting some changes. The aspect that will cause controversy is the requirement of Twitter Blue/Verified (it will be free to try for 30 days from now).

– All your saved searches, lists, and columns will carry over to the new TweetDeck. You’ll be prompted to import your columns when you load the application for the first time.

– TweetDeck now supports full composer functionality, Spaces, video docking, polls, and more.

– Teams functionality in TweetDeck is temporarily unavailable and will be restored in the coming weeks.

– In 30 days, users must be Verified to access TweetDeck.

02:03 pm (IST): Some users did not like some new features of TweetDeck. Moreover, they think (1, 2, 3, 4) that it is becoming money grabbing scheme for Elon Musk as most of its features are locked behind paywall.

Update 2 (August 3, 2023)

01:56 pm (IST): Tweetdeck has been rebranded to XPro and users will have to pay for Blue subscription in order to keep using XPro.

However, if they wish to opt-out of preview can do so by clicking on Leave TweetDeck Preview on browser.

Update 3 (August 16, 2023)

04:02 pm (IST): Following the latest update, to access XPro (formerly known as TweetDeck), user will need to have a Twitter Blue subscription as mentioned in a report.

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