Twitter PWA updated with Accessibility improvements

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Twitter has pushed a new update to its Twitter PWA app on Windows 10. The update brings accessibility improvements and offers no other features and bug fixes.

The new update introduced a new option called ‘Reduce motion’ in the Accessibility settings of the PWA app. The feature is exactly what the name suggests. ‘Reduce motion’ will let you control the amount of in-app animations, Live engagements while scrolling the feed.

To enable the feature all you have to do is head over to the Settings and Privacy, then click on Accessibility. Now click on the ‘Reduce motion’ checkbox to enable the feature.

Mind you, this is a server-side update, meaning you don’t have to go to the Microsoft Store to update the app. Open your Twitter PWA app, close it, then re-open it and you’ll notice the new option in the Accessibility settings.

Via: HTNovo

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