Twitter announced on Thursday it will stop supporting the TweetDeck for Windows app in April, and instead, will push users to the web app.
"To better focus on enhancing your TweetDeck experience, we'll no longer support a standalone Windows app," Twitter wrote. "If you use Windows, you'll still be able to visit TweetDeck on the web -- nothing is changing about TweetDeck itself, just where you access it from. This change will take effect on April 15th."
The social network didn't provide word if it's ending support for the TweetDeck for Mac app, as it's still available on the Mac App Store. We have reached out to the company in hopes of finding out.
Twitter is encouraging users to pin the TweetDeck webpage to their task bar by opening TweetDeck in Chrome and clicking customize and control > more tools > add to taskbar.
Twitter also announced that if you're logged into twitter.com or analytics.twitter.com, you'll no longer need to log-in to TweetDeck on the web separately.
A Twitter spokesperson declined to comment.