TweetDeck’s new identify is formally right here: XPro. When you go to this URL for TweetDeck whereas logged out, you must see “XPro” on the high of the web page (via 9to5Google). Elon Musk, the proprietor of X, the corporate previously referred to as Twitter, introduced the XPro name last week.
Like a lot of Twitter’s rebranding to X, there are nonetheless a variety of vestiges of the previous model on the web page. The picture on the touchdown web page nonetheless prominently options the Twitter chicken emblem, and a tagline on the web page reads “a robust, real-time instrument for individuals who dwell on Twitter.”
Nonetheless, there are a handful of further XPro mentions on the web page as nicely, together with a line asking if you happen to could be “in search of the legacy model of XPro?,” a hyperlink to “go to legacy XPro” (although that takes you a TweetDeck login page) and, on the backside of the web page, a hyperlink to the XPro Phrases (which takes you to a page currently titled “TweetDeck Preview Program”).
One change we’re nonetheless ready for is for XPro to grow to be a subscriber-only profit, however that would occur very quickly. On July third, the corporate’s help account mentioned that XPro would solely be accessible for many who pay to be verified “in 30 days,” so if X retains its phrase, that change goes to occur imminently.
As a part of that announcement, X mentioned it might be launching the long-in-the-works TweetDeck Preview as TweetDeck 2.0, however as of this writing, I’m nonetheless ready to make use of the older model of the app.
The total X rebranding is slowly rolling out throughout the platform, together with on the corporate’s Android and iOS apps. A large, flashing X emblem was briefly added to the highest of the X headquarters in San Francisco earlier than being dismantled.