April 22, 2014 at 4:13 PM ET
The Twitter redesign, first unveiled earlier this month, is now available to anybody who wants it.
Initially, only new users and a few celebrities were able to get the new desktop profile, which features more emphasis on photos, the ability to pin tweets to the top of your feed, and tweets that get larger the more users interact with them.
Afterward, you will gain the ability to do some new things like sort your timeline by photos, videos, favorites, retweets and more.
Once you make the switch, there is not a lot you have to do except pick a header photo. It’s large (1,500 pixels by 500 pixels) so you are going to need a high-resolution picture of something that you don’t mind making a first impression. (Pro tip: A giant selfie is always a bad idea).
That is pretty much it. Add that photo, and voila, your Twitter profile now looks like your Facebook profile.