Twitter rolled out its newest design of profile pages, which looks more like Facebook and has a larger focus on photos.
The redesign had previously been available to select parties. One of the first accounts to switch was first lady Michelle Obama weeks ago.
The switch is simple to execute. Once you are logged in to your Twitter account, click the button that says "Me" at the top left of your page.
This will take you to your profile page. It should have a banner at the top of your page that asks if you would like to see the new design.
New web profiles are now available for everyone. Update yours today with a pinned Tweet or a new header image. https://t.co/Y3VOV0XvRo— Twitter (@twitter) April 22, 2014
The page will guide you to upload a new profile image and a larger cover photo that is more dominant across the top of the profile page. You can now "pin" a tweet to the top of your page.