Twitter users might spot a new look on their profiles if they're viewing from a Web browser.
The microblogging service says it's rolling out redesigned profiles that look really close to profiles found on fellow social network Facebook. The header photo now spans the width of the page, similar to the Cover photo on Facebook.
Content is aligned underneath in three columns. The left column features followers and photos, the middle column shows tweets, while the right column details trends and recommendations.
Popular tweets that receive heavy engagement will be displayed more prominently, and users will have the option to pin a tweet to the top of their page. When viewing other profiles, users will have three ways to view timelines: tweets and replies together, tweets with only photos or video, or tweets only.
A small group of users will have access to the new profiles starting today. Everyone will receive the redesigned page in coming weeks.