The new look, which Twitter confirms is a test, moves filtering choices from the left-hand rail to the top of the search page and adds new options, including the ability to filter by live results, tweets from people you follow and tweets from people near you. Access to save and embed a search have been added to the interface.
The display also includes a bold title bar, making it very clear that you are on a search page.
Here’s a screen grab from WebProNews, which was the first tech blog to report the experiment:
It’s a much cleaner look than the current search experience:
The new interface, which is appearing intermittently for some users, isn’t fully functional, according to WebProNews. Clicking on the new filtering options takes you to the standard search page that shows “Everything.”
This move, assuming it’s eventually rolled out to all users, shou…