Surely you will have noticed that Twitter changed its design to a more simplified, more “minimalist.” The update was designed to speed up site navigation, reducing the original three columns to just two: one in the center where the tweets are shown and one on the right side from the screen that shows trends in real time. The update also included an emoji button. But not everyone was happy with her. If you are part of this group and would like to know how to use the previous version of Twitter in the browser this note interests you.
Now you can reuse the previous model of Twitter in your web browser using a free extension. It's called GoodTwitter and was created by an independent developer for the most common browsers. If you use Chrome you can install it by clicking on the following link. But if you are one of those who prefer Mozilla Firefox you have to go to the following link.
You just have to install it in your browser and wait for the logo to appear Twitter in the browser bar. Once you access your account you should already be in the previous version of the site.
If you have any problem with the extension you can visit the frequently asked questions site by clicking here.
The extension is completely free, but if you like you can donate to the developer who created it by visiting its site.