Twitter Rolls Out New Search Results Interface with Enhanced Filtering Option

    Micro-blogging social platform Twitter has finally started rolling out its new search results interface to all logged-in users on the Web.

    The rollout follows tests that began in April which then made the new interface available to a "small group" of Twitter users the company had said at the time.

    Twitter Rolls Out New Search Results Interface with Filter Option

    The updated interface is one of the larger updates Twitter's search engine has seen in recent months, and it's meant to make the search interface itself easier to use in terms of switching between tweets, accounts, photos and videos.

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    A Twitter spokesperson confirmed the roll-out to Marketing Land in an emailed statement, "We're widely rolling out a new search experience to users on Web. Like other features, we will continue to iterate and improve on this, to make it even easier for users to find what they are looking for when they search on Twitter."

    Twitter Rolls Out New Search Results Interface with Filter Option

    Users will now find interesting topics to explore like Politics, Pop Artists and even Cute Animals. Once they click on the topic, they will see a timeline of Tweets from some of the most popular accounts in that topic. And it will be a real-time content.

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    Last month, Twitter started allowing users to receive direct messages from anyone. The move brought a much-needed tweak that enabled users to get messages from anyone regardless if they follow one another.


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