Twitter introduces new changes in the interface with the addition of new search prompts

Some tests have been conducted on iOS device users to check the change in Twitter's home page layout. The changes are related to the search function.

So, we started from the first day when Jack Dorsey and others introduced the Twitter application in 2006. At that time, when people were not familiar with social media, its format was a little complicated to understand, but by the time the platform brought some changes to it. Here, Twitter is working on a new resolution on its home page by bringing the combination of two; one is a new search bar and an icon look-alike a magnifying glass on its top. Before it, people go to the Exploration tab to search, but now they need to open the application, tap on the text search bar and the search icon and write about whatever they want to explore. Twitter takes this step to explicit the search option and makes a straightforward way to seek the tweets.

However, the best way to seek the tweets is on a display screen rather than go miles away on the app, which irritates any person easily; that's why Twitter devoted its time to modifying the Explore tab. The question arises: Would putting the seek display option increase the number of extra people for action? Well, it may not be easy to find out. But doubtlessly, it will bring extra folks to analyze how they explore the tweets going on the application.

A notable point is people have know-how about the application. It means they know how to use it and where they should search. So, how will it help the users? Well, I agree that all people understand the application's existing features, but it's a test to determine if there is an increase in the public's engagement in search after this. Twitter plans to connect more people with it and discuss their tweets on other social and electronic media platforms, and this will only be possible when people find it easy to search.

In the first week of January, Twitter starts a new feature through which users send their actual facial reactions to different tweets. Also tested first on iOS by clicking on the retweet icon, users can choose a tweet and make a reaction on it through creating a picture or reaction video of them on that particular tweet. Remember, this will also get fame when users search more about tweets.

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