Twitter has rolled out another update to its microblogging platform, now allowing users to search for specific messages in the direct message (DM) feature. Earlier, users could indeed search in DM, but only users or groups. Last year, Twitter introduced a DM search bar for its Android app and mentioned the ability to let users search for specific content in DMs. Twitter’s DM search feature was introduced for the iOS app two years before the Android app.
In a tweet, Twitter announced that users can now use the search bar to search their inbox for specific keywords and names. When a user searches in a DM, Twitter will display three options – People, Groups, and Messages. Users can now search for specific messages using the new feature.
We know you’ve been waiting for the option to search your DMs…
— Twitter Support (@TwitterSupport) March 23, 2022
Twitter first announced a keyword search feature for DMs last May, when it introduced a search feature for its Android app. At that time, users could only search for specific users or groups to which they belonged. However, the search feature was introduced to its iOS app in 2019.
Earlier this week, Twitter announced that iOS users will now be able to capture GIFs from the in-app camera.Users can click new twitter button, click photo icon,So camera iconbe sure to select GIF mode, then press and hold record button. Currently, there doesn’t appear to be an option to share GIFs outside the platform. Twitter only allows users to share links to GIFs, which means there’s no option to save GIFs on a computer or smartphone.
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