Twitter is one of the applications most used by users who want to find out the latest news about what is happening in the world. Or at least the channels or celebrities that interest them the most. But sometimes what they need is not the news, but what is in the past of these profiles. For that reason Twitter will launch a function with which you can search for tweets from a specific profile.
You can finally search for tweets from a profile
Sometimes searching for messages from a Twitter user is a daunting task. If you more or less remember the date he wrote them, you just have to do a little scroll until you find the content. Otherwise, your search will be somewhat more fruitless and you will have to run your fingers up and down the screen until you find it.
However, Jack Dorsey’s have decided work on a new feature that will help you find tweets within a specific profile. According to what we read in The Verge, the feature can be seen as a magnifying glass placed on top of a user’s profile. Then you just have to write the words that you think the message contains and then the results will appear as if you were using the traditional search engine.
Twitter 🔍 search user’s tweets button on profiles is now available (for some users)
— Matt Navarra (@MattNavarra) October 11, 2021
In fact works in a similar way to the YouTube channel search engine, which make you a search focused on all the content that that specific channel has uploaded. At the moment, this function has only been confirmed in the application version for iOS mobile devices, so we will have to wait for more details of its departure for users of the android system as well as its official departure date.
Other news that Twitter has brought us
The microblogging application does not stop surprising us. The search engine you are working on is just a sample of this, but we have also seen very interesting news from the company. The clearest example is the verification that reopened this year, something highly demanded by users. The other feature that is coming is the full screen mode in the Android app, something that will make it aesthetically very elegant and accessible for all multimedia content.