Twitter today announced that its Direct Message (DM) search feature is now available to all users, allowing anyone to search through the DMs they've received.

The new search bar is located above the the DM interface in the Twitter app or on the web and it can be used to locate conversations with specific people and groups.

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DM search first debuted in August, when Twitter said that it was testing out the feature. Some users have had the search bar since then as part of the test, but as of today, it's available for everyone.


Twitter can be downloaded from the App Store for free. [Direct Link]

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Rychiar Avatar
58 months ago
people still use twitter?
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
dannyyankou Avatar
58 months ago

Seriously its so bad. And ridiculously biased. It needs to go away
How is it biased? You literally get to choose who is on your timeline, lol.
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dannyyankou Avatar
58 months ago

The promoted stories are militantly liberal. Their features content is completely left leaning. Its a joke
There’s plenty of third party twitter clients that don’t have the news section. Tweetbot is a great one I use, it only shows stuff from people you follow.
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dannyyankou Avatar
58 months ago

people still use twitter?
I’m going to take a guess and say you don’t?
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CarpalMac Avatar
58 months ago

people still use twitter?
It's a cesspool, giving a mouthpiece to lots of posters claiming to be average Joe's who then proceed to push very aggressive political agendas...
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)
orbital~debris Avatar
58 months ago
I find Twitter to be a place full of information and interesting interaction.
As with any tool, how useful it is is all about how you choose to use it.
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