May 25, 2022

Twitter gives users the ability to search for specific messages in their private messages, companies announced In a tweet. Until now, you could only search your private messages by people’s names or group chats. With this new update, you can use the search bar to find specific posts by keywords. The new search is available on the iOS and Android apps, as well as on the web.

The company has shared a GIF that shows how the new search update works. You can enter any keyword into the search bar, such as “restaurant” or “book”. The results are then filtered into three categories: Everyone, People, Groups, and Messages. Once you click on the Messages tab, you will see all the conversations that the keyword came from.

The new search works the same way you search for specific messages on other platforms like iMessage or Messenger.

The new update comes after Twitter recently introduced a feature that makes it easier to find tweets from an individual user. This update began rolling out to iOS users in November. At the time, Twitter said it plans to bring the new feature to its Android and web apps in the future. Users using this feature will see a search icon next to the three-dot menu on the user profile banner in the upper right corner of the screen. From there, you can enter keywords to search for the user’s tweets.

Similar searches were already possible on Twitter – you just need to know how Advanced SearchI For example, if you search for “from:@gaming-updates Twitter”, you’ll see all gaming-updates’s tweets containing the word “Twitter”, whether or not you have access to the new search feature. This new feature simplifies this process.

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