Twitter is rolling out a new feature for iOS app users that allows them to browse through the tweets of a specific profile. Individual profile pages now include a new search button that allows users to search for tweets from a single account. This functionality was discovered in the most recent version of iOS. The site, which periodically tests new features before they go live, recently announced a new option for some users to have a sneak peek at these things before the rest of the world. Under the new Labs moniker, the new premium Twitter Blue service will have early access to several new features.
The new Search button on each username’s profile page was originally noticed by XDA Developers. This new Search @Username’s Tweets option is only visible to a few iOS users and is most likely still in beta. According to the screenshots, the new button is adjacent to the three-dot menu in the top right corner. iOS users can search their own tweets as well as the tweets of other accounts.
The user can enter the desired term by clicking on the search icon. When you press enter, you’ll see a screen that looks identical to the existing search capability, but the search phrase will be formatted as From: Username Term.
This new profile search button is merely a shortcut to the existing advanced search feature, which is available across all platforms. Twitter’s new profile search feature is now available in our iOS app as well. This feature is not currently accessible for Android users. The search icon can be found in the top right corner of any profile, as previously stated. If you haven’t received this update yet, simply input From:Username Term.
As previously stated, Twitter announced last month that customers can use its paid Twitter Blue service to obtain early access to new features under the new Labs umbrella. Pinned discussions on iOS, which allows users to pin DM talks to the top of the list, and the option to publish lengthier video uploads from a desktop computer are among the features in Twitter’s programme.