Twitter unfolds new button for Apple iPhone users
Twitter has unfolded a new button that helps you to search for a tweet from any particular account. As of now, the button is only available on iPhone.
Android or iOS users can find this option at the upper-right nook next to the menu of the page. It's likely that the microbloging site will announce this for other sites as well.
Twitter can search the tweets of a handle by typing “From [Username] [Search Term]” in the search bar at the top of the page. The new button is just a shortcut to this feature only when it suggests the result in a comparable pattern.
It is not for the first time the social media platform keeps on testing and spilling out features on any single platform first.
The organisation started the pilot of the feature in July this year. It was only available to some users on the iOS platform at first. The feature permits you to upvote or downvote tweet replies.
In addition, this week Twitter has also revealed a brand-new function that permits everyone to listen to Spaces audio without logging in. The feature lets hosts and listeners send a direct link to a Spaces audio broadcast. Although listeners without the account won’t be able to participate, the feature will provide a much wider reach to hosts.
Spaces permit users to have real-time audio conversations that were launched last year. Previously, the function was only restricted to users with six hundred or greater followers. Now it is available to everyone.