Twitter’s DM search bar feature
Twitter’s DM search bar feature is very useful for you. This frees you from the hassle of scrolling all the way through to see a conversation. This can make your messaging experience easier. Let us know what is the DM search bar feature of Twitter. Through this feature, direct message searches can be done by typing the names of users or groups in the search bar.
This feature will benefit?
The search bar found in Twitter DM (Direct Messages) will show the conversation above with the help of the names of users or groups. Actually, earlier one had to scroll full to see anyone’s conversation, but now messaging has become very easy through this feature. Now users will have to enter the name of anyone whose conversation they want to see in the search bar. iPhone users were using this feature for a long time, where after waiting for 2 years, it has now reached Android users.
emoji will come to Twitter
Microblogging site Twitter can include emoji reactions such as like, cheer, hmm, sad, and haha. Currently, the testing of this feature is going on. This information has been tweeted by app researcher Jane Manchun Wong, who herself has detected this reaction. Twitter posted that Twitter is currently working on the tweet reactions view. Likes, Cheer, Hmm, Sad, Haha. Also told that work is currently going on by doing Cheer and Sad Emoji. It was also shown in the post that the number of people who would react with different emojis on the post would come.
Twitter is an American microblogging and social networking service on which users post and interact with messages known as “tweets”. Registered users can post, like, and retweet tweets, but unregistered users can only read them.
Twitter has always been the key platform for discussing real-time trends and reactions, with the fast-moving nature of the tweet feed lending itself to that initial buzz and chatter.
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