Elon Musk recently shared his thoughts on the X’s user interface, hinting at the possibility of a significant redesign.
In a post that garnered widespread attention from both his substantial following and the broader X community, he noted his recent use of X’s web interface on a PC, expressing a preference for the mobile version, stating, “It’s not good. Phone interface is far better.”
While Elon’s message did not explicitly announce any upcoming changes to X’s interface, it has sparked speculation within the tech community.
While he highlighted his preference for the mobile interface over the web version, an X user contributed an important perspective to the conversation.
The user pointed out specific areas for improvement within the desktop app, particularly mentioning issues related to Spaces speaker actions, which were described as glitchy and incomplete, rendering certain features, such as raising one’s hand to speak, unusable.
In addition, Elon also unveiled an upcoming functionality that promises to introduce video and audio conversations to X.
This feature is designed to accommodate users across various platforms, including iOS, Android, Mac, and PC.
Notably, it distinguishes itself by not requiring a phone number, offering a more accessible and inclusive communication experience for X’s diverse user base.