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Twitter DMs got improvement: Now you can share tweets with multiple individuals.

Aug 21, 2021 BY SHUBHAM MANE

Twitter DMs got improvement: Now you can share tweets with multiple individuals.

The new DM feature coming to Twitter will allow users the ability to message a tweet or other content directly and privately into 20 separate conversations. This is an exciting development that has been highly anticipated by all of its loyal followers.

A few of the newer features that are rolling out to users include a quick scroll button, and improved action on ‘Add reaction’ messages, and grouping. These new changes have all started to roll out for iOS devices with some still pending release for Android phones as well.

Until now it has been almost impossible for private individuals and businesses alike to have discreet conversations using Direct Messages without risking their own privacy or that of others who may not want certain content shared publicly.

Tweeters have the option to send a DM as individual chats with up to 20 contacts, and Twitter recently announced this new feature on their feeds. This is rolling out for iOS users now and will soon be available in Web browsers as well.

The latest update to the DM system will help you find your newest messages with ease. The quick scroll button makes it easier for both Android and iOS users alike by jumping right to the most recent message without having to go through all of them first.

With the addition of a long-press action, Twitter has made it available to view reactions and select your favorite one with just two taps. This new feature is rolling out on iOS for now but will soon be released globally in order to give everyone more ways to express themselves creatively!

Lastly, Twitter is rolling out a new feature that will group messages together by date to make it easier for users to navigate through conversations. This update was made available on both Android and iOS devices in order to offer the same experience across all platforms.

They will start appearing in the coming few weeks. But not all iOS and Android users will see these changes right away as they have only started to roll out now.

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