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Twitter’s new DM feature will help you streamline your responses

by Hammad Tanveer
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Twitter yesterday announced some an additional feature that they have added to the platform’s direct message (DM) section. DMs between accounts that follow each other are quite straight forward, however. When it comes to getting DMs from unknown accounts that is . Where one would like to have some more info that will make it easier and save time for you to decide if you want to respond or not.Twitter’s new DM feature will help you streamline your responses

The microblogging site is use by many especially in the journalism industry . As a source of quotes and reaching out to individuals as well.

As shared on the official Twitter account:
“Now when you receive a DM request, we’re giving you more context upfront about who sent it, like how you’re connected to the person on Twitter. And once you tap into the request, you’ll see their profile info along with their message.”

The new DM requests will not just show a simple notification. But will also give you an over view of the person’s profile. You will get to see if the person has some common profiles that you are already connected to.

From the outlook this is going to come across as a minor addition . However, for those who use the platform as part of their work. This addition is going to help streamline their responses and save a lot of time. For everyone else, ignoring spam and unwant messages is going to become a bit easier now as well. Before this add . It was a very manual process where the person receiving the DM need to actually put some time vetting the profile.Twitter’s new DM feature will help you streamline your responses

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