Twitter Adds Inbox For Direct Messages From Unknown People

The social networking app, Twitter, is adding more privacy in its app for its users. In its latest update, Twitter Adds Inbox For Direct Messages From Unknown People. All the users of twitter can either accept or delete any Direct Messages before they read them.

Twitter Adds Inbox For Direct Messages From Unknown People

Now you have two options, if you accept a DM from someone you don’t know on Twitter, the message will then be moved to the inbox. When message will move to your inbox that person will then know you have accepted and seen that message. If you don’t want to accept the message, you can delete it. Then that message will not move in your inbox.

Moreover, deleting a message won’t keep that person from continuing to message you. So you have an option to block that person from your Twitter account. So you won’t get any messages from that person.

Keeping in view the ease for its users, Twitter introduces Lite version for faster mobile services. This lite version is especially designed for emerging markets who do not have fast internet speed. According to Twitter, new Lite version works 30 percent faster when compared with the standard version of the social network.

For More Information Also Read: Twitter Introduces Lite Version for Faster Mobile Service

Twitter has just revealed some attractive ways to provide more ease to its character limit. Now Twitter Stops Counting Username in 140-Character Limit. Earlier, when users have to reply to a group or individual, twitter counted username characters in 140-character limit. Twitter does not officially raise the character limit, but stops counting username in character limit.

See Also: Twitter Stops Counting Username in 140-Character Limit

Onsa Mustafa

Onsa is a Software Engineer and a tech blogger focuses on innovation in technology. She likes music, photography, traveling and exploring nature.
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