By default the Expanded view is displayed, but you can switch to the List view in the top left:
It’ll still show you 20 people per page, but without the location and last tweet sent.
On the right side of each username are two buttons: a Follow button and an Actions dropdown, which contains options to @ Mention, Direct Message, Follow/Unfollow, and Block/Unblock.
The Following page is very similar to the Followers page, but instead the Follow button is replaced by a Settings button to turn on/off notifications sent to your phone.
That’s pretty much the extent of it.
Improvements I would make:
- Previous/Next buttons at the top of the page
- Display of what page # you’re on (e.g., page 2 of 25)
- Display of the # range you’re looking at (e.g., Followers 30-49)
- On both the Followers and Following pages (but particularly for the Following page), display the Unfollow button in the same spot as the Follow button instead of hiding it in the Actions dropdown
- On the Following page, change the Settings label to Notifications, and put it in the Actions dropdown
- Mention and Direct Message buttons should open up a textbox at the top of the page instead of redirecting you to the homepage
That’s all I got for now. What other design and experience improvements would you like to see made to these pages?
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