Twitter adds feature to Share tweets privately via direct messages

By | November 21, 2014


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Every time when Twitter brings any update, it come with the new features, this time Twitter tried to engage users with direct messaging by allowing them to share tweets privately via direct messages to any users. The microblogging giant announced this update via a blog post. Twitter is on a never ending quest to improve its messaging features, and the update provides even more evidence of that.

In the blog post from the twitter, it is mentioned that how a user can send tweets to any user via direct message:

[quote]With today’s update you’ll be able to share a Tweet privately with any of your followers. To do this from either the iOS or Android mobile apps, long-press the Tweet in your timeline and choose “Share via Direct Message.” On twitter.com and TweetDeck, tap the “••• More” icon and select “Share via Direct Message.” The person you share a Tweet with will get a push notification, and the Tweet will display directly in the conversation.[/quote]



This is not only the update Twitter has announced, The change is just part of further improvements to the service that Twitter announced last week in a blog post about new features that will soon be coming to the micro-blogging behemoth.



In that announcement is mentioned that, apart from just watching video more easily on Twitter, you should be able to record, edit and share your own videos natively on Twitter too. Alongside short looping Vine videos, we think you’ll have fun sharing what’s happening in your world through native video. You can expect to see this in the first half of next year.



Now your task is to head over to the Twitter.com and experience the newly announced feature and share them with us by commenting below