Twitter, one of the most popular social media platforms and microblogging sites, has just announced a new feature for its Android users. Twitter’s DM search bar for Android has just been released. This feature has been available in the iOS version for over two years. This feature will eventually allow Android app users to search the list of their DMs for the chats or groups they are a part of.
This new feature of the Android search bar is supposed to select and display conversations based on the user’s and group’s names. This feature allows users to quickly search for a conversation without having to scroll through the entire list.
Twitter also plans to launch another feature by the end of the year that will allow users to search for conversations using key words. They will be able to type words and sentences, and DMs that contain those words or sentences will appear in the list. If those chats contain the same or similar words, they will be displayed in chronological order.
Along with new features, Twitter is working to improve its search tool by allowing users to search through all of the conversations in their direct messages (DMs). This feature allows users to search for both old and recent conversations.
Twitter recently announced that it has begun to roll out a feature for testing in Android that will allow users to send voice notes and voice DMs in conversations.
Previously, you had to manually scroll through the entirety of your discussions if you wanted to find a specific discussion. It was tedious, but the overall experience was abysmal for a modern app. With this new search bar, you’ll be able to look through your chats by recipients’ names much faster than before.
Nonetheless, Twitter falls short of the ability to search within individual threads. This type of deep search is useful when you remember the content of a message but cannot manually search within each thread. Twitter stated in its announcement that it is working on the feature and that it should be available later this year.