Twitter has disclosed another interface for its direct messages on the web, permitting you to send and receive DMs without leaving your timeline. While as of now you need to open up a different section of Twitter’s website to take a gander at your DMs, presently you’ll have the option to get to them from a pop-up window to the bottom right of your timeline. From Twitter’s video, it would appear that a comparable interface to what any semblance of Facebook and LinkedIn at present proposal for DMs on their platforms.
It would seem that an OK improvement for the platform’s messaging interface, however Twitter ended up reporting the feature best case scenario conceivable time, during the most noticeably terrible hack to ever hit the platform. Twitter’s official account declared the turn out of the feature at 4:51pm ET, around thirty minutes after Tesla CEO Elon Musk’s Twitter account was hacked to promote a bitcoin scam.
Before the day’s over, high profile accounts from any semblance of Barack Obama, Joe Biden, and Apple had all tweeted comparative messages, leading Twitter to in the long run make the remarkable step of keeping every verified accounts from tweeting totally. The social network in the end affirmed that its internal tools had been compromised, adding to the hack. Get the job done it to state, the event deflated the sails of Twitter’s product declaration.
The new interface for Twitter DMs, which seems to have been being developed since at least April this year, follows the presentation of emoticon reactions in January, alongside another DM search feature that went to its iOS application a year ago.
Twitter says the new feature is turning out on web.