Twitter adds new features including Search in Settings and Top Stories period / Digital Information World

Twitter is a common name for people who are avid users of social networking sites, especially those interested in microblogging. Twitter is a global platform that allows users to post and receive “tweets” or short messages.

To reach the benchmark set by many tech giants in terms of providing new features and upgrades, the microblogging application puts effort for its users.

The platform recently released two new app updates. One thing these two upgrades have in common is that both enhancements are designed to make it easier for app users to find certain items in the app. However, they check top stories on twitter or search options in app setting area.

Using the new search setting function, you’ll be able to find most of the items you need faster. Twitter search terms are likely to be updated over time to produce better matches for indirect queries. You can also call it a keyword search.

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For example, if you are looking for information that can mention you in a photo. Just type “tag” in the search box. The “audience and tagging” menu will appear on the app screen to help you change the photo tagging settings.

It’s a conventional but possibly effective upgrade, and if it makes it easier for individuals to make necessary changes, it’s a nice addition.

Following the simplified search function, the top ten articles are on the way. According to Jane Manchun Wongthe articles feature is under development and it looks like management wants to get it live as soon as possible.


Wong, discovered that Twitter will put in the top ten articles within the given time. With this update, the user will be able to see the top ten articles from the last hour to 24 hours. Wong took to his Twitter account to post a screenshot of the change.

The company has not yet announced a fixed date for the release of this update; however, fans are eagerly awaiting this.

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