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    Twitter Now Adds Power To DM To Search Content, Conversations

    Twitter has just announced that a new powerful feature for its users. The micro blogging platform revealed its Direct Message (DM) search feature has a new upgrade, and it can now search through the content of your conversations and return specific messages that contain whatever keyword you type in.

    Earlier users of Twitter could only use it to search for people’s names or the names of group chats, but now if they want to find that one conversation they had with a friend about “chili” they can just type it into the search bar, reports The Verge.

    Twitter makes searching conversations more easy with new DM Feature

    Of course, searching for person or conversation names still works, and users can even decide whether they want to see results for people, groups, or messages — handy if the keyword they are trying to search happens to be someone’s name.

    This change has been a long time coming, the report said. When Twitter brought DM search to Android in May 2021, it said that content search was coming later that year.

    The company seems to have missed that deadline by a bit, but at least it is available on every platform — the original search was available on iOS for almost two years before Twitter added it to Android.

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