direct message: Twitter removes ‘Direct Message’ button on Android and iOS

Twitter, one of the most popular social media platforms, recently made changes to its Android and iOS mobile apps, removing the Direct Message (DM) option. The move is seen as part of the company’s efforts to simplify its interface and make it more user-friendly.

The DM button used to be in the top navigation bar of the mobile app, but has now been removed. This change has caused confusion for some users who are accustomed to accessing DM functionality through buttons. However, Twitter assures users that this feature will continue to be available and may be accessed through other means.

The user taps the user’s profile to[メッセージ]or on the bottom navigation bar[メッセージ]You can still access DM functionality by navigating to the tab. This change was made to make the user interface more intuitive and easier to navigate.

Twitter has recently made some changes to its platform with the aim of making it more user-friendly. The company is also working to improve the overall user experience by introducing new features and improving existing features.

Twitter is also focusing on its DM feature, a popular communication tool among its users. The company is working on improving its functionality by introducing new features such as the ability to send and receive photos and videos via DM, and the ability to schedule DMs.

The removal of the DM button from the top navigation bar may have come as a surprise to some users, but it’s part of Twitter’s ongoing efforts to improve the platform. The company is always looking for ways to make the platform more usable and accessible to all users.

Frequently Asked Questions:

  1. Who is the CEO of Twitter?
    Elon Musk.
  2. When did Twitter start in India?
    July 15, 2006.

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