Twitter Now Allows to Search Direct Messages in Inbox

On Thursday, March 24, the world’s most-liked micro-blogging platform Twitter officially announced the new feature to search specific direct messages.

Twitter has made an official announcement in a tweet that using the search bar in the app inbox, Twitter users will now be able to discover specific messages through keywords and names.

We know you’ve been waiting for the option to search your DMs…

Now you can use the search bar in your inbox to find specific messages using keywords and names.

Previously, it was only allowed you to find the name of a person or a group chat in your inbox so it now becomes easier on Twitter for iOS, Android, and the web to find exactly what you’re looking for and particular direct messages.

The latest development to Refine searches specifically for direct messages also fairly discover old messages, however, messages more than three ago don’t not appearing the search results, according to The Verge.

Recently, the micro-blogging social networking platform also released the new functionality to capture GIFs from an in-app camera on iOS.

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