Most people don’t like bright screens but all platforms, I think have default bright screens. And also Twitter is on the list. Even with low brightness, the white screen is hard on your eyes.
You don’t have to worry if you are an active Twitter user and don’t like bright display thanks to twitter’s built-in “Night Mode” Feature. This mode enables the background to be black, and all the text on the website to be white.
So, below I list down some of the easiest steps to enable twitter dark mode.
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How to Enable Twitter dark mode on desktop
So first, log in to your Twitter account through their official website to enjoy this feature.
After login, you have to click on Menu on the left side. Then click on Display.
Here in this menu, you see something called Dim or Light out options. If you want to enable a bluish dark theme, click on “Dim” Or if you want to enable the dark mode theme click on the “Light out” options.
Enable Twitter dark mode on Android and iOS
The below steps will help you to turn dark mode on the Twitter mobile app.
First, open the Twitter app on your android or IOS device.
Now, Tap your profile icon In the upper left corner. Here, you see the menu comes out on the left side.
Tap on Setting and Privacy from the menu list.
Now you have to select display and sound under the General section.
Again the sane options will pop up as Desktop “Dim and Light out options”. So, now it’s your choice, choose Dim for a bluish theme or Light out for Dark Theme.
If you follow the steps listed above, you can effortlessly enable your twitter dark mode. If you find any trouble in turning the Twitter dark screen so feel free to discuss in the comment section.
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This post was originally published on 30, August 2021, but according to new information stuff this post update frequently.
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