Twitter Fabric is launching Mission Control, a new dashboard that surfaces important information about your apps instead of asking you to dig through various views and menus.
A new card-based format tells you all you need to know about your apps at a glance, bringing data from Crashlytics, Beta and Answers forward. Nothing about the data itself has changed, but Twitter is making it more appealing to look at, and letting you see all app statistics in one view rather than hopping around between services inside of Fabric.
Those apps can be rearranged in Mission Control, and Twitter lets you decide which apps appear on the dashboard. For those not surfaced, there’s a new search bar up top that lets you find apps straight away, and Mission Control arranges apps based on which you’ve viewed most recently. If you want to keep a few static on the page, there’s also an option to pin them.
Mission Control will be set as the default view once it hits your account, but can be toggled off if you just plain don’t like it.