Twitter will enable tweeters to search in the history of their private messages, a feature that has been awaited for long by android smartphones users.
The company said this feature will be an improved version of the currently recognized search feature.
The feature stated that it would enable users to search the entire direct message history, not just recent messages.
Twitter is also working to add the ability to search for the content of the messages themselves, instead of searching for the sender only.
The company indicated that this update is coming later this year, according to what was stated in its statement.
Twitter launched a service to search in private messages two years ago on the phones operating iOS and the web version.
A few days ago, Twitter began testing a new feature that allows users to send and receive money.
The service, called “tip jar”, allows account holders on the Twitter network to add a new code to their personal information page that includes a list of electronic payment services through which individuals can send money.
Twitter is an American social networking site that provides a microblogging service that allows its users to send tweets that would obtain a retweet or/and liking other tweeters, with a maximum of 280 characters per tweet.
This is done directly through Twitter or by sending a short text message, instant chat programs, or applications provided by developers such as Facebook and others.
These updates appear on the user’s page, and friends can read them directly from their home page or visit the user’s profile. Responses and updates can also be received by e-mail, RSS events feed and by SMS, using four service numbers operating in the United States, Canada, and India, in addition to the international number, which all users around the world can send to in the United Kingdom.
Twitter became available in Arabic since March 2012, and it expresses “tweets” by collecting “tweets”.
In March 2006, Twitter was founded by Jack Dorsey, Noah Glass, Biz Stone and Evan Williams, and was actually launched in July of the same year.